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Old 10-10-2006, 02:06 PM   #1
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The SIL banged up the left rear side of his 29' Wildwood yesterday.

We live in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

Looking for recommendations where he can get the damage repaired.

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The SIL banged up the left rear side of his 29' Wildwood yesterday.

We live in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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My first call would be to the local dealership. I am sure they have dealt with body work before and can point you in the direction of who they send their work to if they do not do it in house. I can give you a contact at the dealer I use in Joppa, MD. They are about 45 - 60 min south of you down 95. They are a Forest River dealer, although they do not carry Wildwood. They have done some body work for me on my '06 Wildcat, and I was happy with the work. If it is fiberglass work, they may have to have someone else do the fiberglass repair though.
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