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Old 11-21-2014, 08:01 PM   #1
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Collision Repair

I had an unfortunate mishap today when a person in a pickup truck backed into my TOAD while it was attached to the MH. I was waiting to move into a diesel pump. The bump sprung the door so there was a gap at the top. I ws very concerned because the weather was not cooperating except for the grass getting wet.

I arrived at my destination in San Antonio and found a collision repair place on-line only a few miles from me. I arrived at their facility at 4:15 p.m. and as I was telling the receptionist my dilemma a gentleman came from behind, asked for my keys, went out and sprung the door back so it will not leak.

I still have some major cosmetic surgery to be performed.

If you need some repairs, you might want to check on this shop for your TOAD needs. I don't know if they do MH's or not.

ProCare Collision
6430 Fairdale Drive.
San Antonio, TX 78218
Phone (210) 488-9346
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Thanks Wayne. I sure hope we don't need it.
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