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Old 12-03-2014, 10:49 AM   #1
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Im looking to find a better shop than what i goto now and please dont say ford dealerships.
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In the Charlotte Motor Speedway area there is Briggs Collision.
Auto Body Shop Concord, NC - Briggs Collision
They painted my 1984 BMW. It was awesome. Stripped to the metal, and redone. It was a premium job, not a cheap, fast job on an old car. I can't remember all the steps and layers, but they did an excellent job. They also painted my '09 mustang's trunk lid and the paint still matches after 4 years.

I thought they had a fair price, slightly higher than their competition, but I've gone back to them once already, and I will again this spring to get some wheels painted.

I remember stopping in to see the 325 when they had it stripped to the metal. I almost fainted. I thought NO ONE will ever make that car look good again. I wanted to panic! Never visit your naked car. Ha ha ha. It came out awesome.
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In the Charlotte Motor Speedway area there is Briggs Collision.

Auto Body Shop Concord, NC - Briggs Collision

They painted my 1984 BMW. It was awesome. Stripped to the metal, and redone. It was a premium job, not a cheap, fast job on an old car. I can't remember all the steps and layers, but they did an excellent job. They also painted my '09 mustang's trunk lid and the paint still matches after 4 years.



I thought they had a fair price, slightly higher than their competition, but I've gone back to them once already, and I will again this spring to get some wheels painted.



I remember stopping in to see the 325 when they had it stripped to the metal. I almost fainted. I thought NO ONE will ever make that car look good again. I wanted to panic! Never visit your naked car. Ha ha ha. It came out awesome.

Yeah i already got the whole ar repainted. I need some small things like a hood and side scoops and maybe a spoiler and badge delete. But ima check this place out. Thanks
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