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Old 08-29-2011, 01:14 PM   #1
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Need Body shop, Portland Oregon

Got rear ended, and have some fiberglass damage to the rear cap. Can some one recommend a good shop in the Portland OR area. The stowed tow bar took most of the damage, but the rear cap popped loose from the sides and has a couple of cracks.

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Try Austen's Body Shop in Canby. We had friends who used them who were satisfied. They did seem to think the were slower than molasses but then when you want to go any waiting time is too long.

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