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2020/06/25 13:12:34 (permalink)

Paint Shop?

Hi,  My Macan has some stone chips on the bonnet and a small, self-inflicted, scrape on the front wheel arch.  No dents, just paint damage.
 
Can anyone recommend a local / region body shop?
 
I live in Lechlade
 
Thank you & Regards
Barry
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997.1 Carrera 4S 

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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/25 14:46:46 (permalink)
It’s worth trying Chipsaway or another paintless repair specialist first. One of our members, Paul Hunter, runs a ChipsAway franchise and may be able to help. He’s based in Chippenham and can be reached on 07557 110931. Otherwise, the nearest Porsche approved bodyshop is Spraymasters in Swindon.


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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/25 19:34:49 (permalink)
Thank you Alan, I will contact Paul H.   I have a quote from Spraymasters, clearly they are a top notch company but their quote was more than 25% higher than the highest quote I already had, which I also thought was expensive :-).   
 
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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/26 21:16:40 (permalink)
K C Autocolours
Bromag Industrial Estate
Witney
01993 776541
Ask for Stewart ive been using him for past 7/8 years for old and new Porsches

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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/26 21:22:37 (permalink)
Also at bromag is cotswold Accident Repairs. A work colleague had his door repaired by them then his wing mirror shortly after and both jobs were great (metallic grey Volvo polestar which the guy is really picky about so the job had to be perfect)
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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/27 09:38:49 (permalink)
Thanks Gordon, I take a drive out there for a quote.
 
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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/06/27 09:43:06 (permalink)
Thanks Russ,  looks like I can drop in here and KC as they are so close together.
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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/07/15 17:35:17 (permalink)
Hi Gordon,  just to let you know that I picked up my Macan from KC Autocolurs today.  
They did great work.  
No fuss, straight forward and fair rates,
Will go there again.
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Re: Paint Shop? 2020/07/16 10:05:12 (permalink)
Glad to help
 

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