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      12-03-2009, 11:06 PM   #1
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Body shops in Beaverton?

I was at stop light tonight on my way home when a crazy ass !@#@! decided to plow right into me. Any body shops you guys can recommend?
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      12-04-2009, 01:32 AM   #2
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When I got hit, I took mine to Kuni Collision Center they did a good job
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      12-04-2009, 02:45 AM   #3
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Thanks....do you think that i can convince them to get me a mtech bumper?
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      12-04-2009, 03:22 AM   #4
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haha im not sure about that, but I know that they are certified by BMW so they should fix everything back to normal
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so basically, your insurance pay for the damage or what?
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The only two body shops we use at Rasmussen are:

Active Autobody on 19th and NW Couch
Autowerks NW on SW Macadam.

I wouldn't go anywhere else.

Call me if I can offer any assistance; the last two years coordinating body work was one of my primary responsibilities at Rasmussen BMW.
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so basically, your insurance pay for the damage or what?
other drivers insurance is paying for it and they already gave me a preliminary check for over $4,770. The qoute is I the MTech bumper. I currently have quad tips with Cyba's quad diffuser. So the appraiser thought it was the Mtech.
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The only two body shops we use at Rasmussen are:

Active Autobody on 19th and NW Couch
Autowerks NW on SW Macadam.
I had extensive paint/trim work done at Active. I would not recommend them. I have to take the car back for repairs to the repair work.
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I had extensive paint/trim work done at Active. I would not recommend them. I have to take the car back for repairs to the repair work.
Thanks for the heads up!
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      12-19-2009, 02:33 PM   #10
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Don't go to Kuni there work is lousy and they don't stand behind their guarantee. Had my m3 fixed there. They called me to pick the car up. Got there and the paint was so thin I could see a dark spot they repaired with bondo. After they repainted it I got home and washed the car, they had painted from headlight to tail light. They did not mask or clean around the turn signal front bumper area and clear coated some dirt while blending, making it impossile to clean up. Took it back and they said that there is no way to make it perfect and would not fix it. Talked to Brent the service manager and they were not willing to fix it. 1 year later my electrical gets fried out for my reverse lights. Had to have it rewired at Autohaus. Go back to Kuni to complain about the water in my tail light. They inspected it, turns out when they fixed my car, they dropped my euro tail light and broke it. They replaced it with a new one that was faulty without notifying me. The one they put in had a hole in it, causing water to come in, and most likely shorting out my electrical which cost me ~$300 to fix. My car was at their shop from February to April. They are a joe schmoe body shop hiding behind a Kuni affiliation. Brandon and Issah were sure nice (the estimators), but they weren't the ones who could remedy the problems.
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Motionless...Thanks for the heads up.

Has anyone dealt with Leifs?
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Motionless...Thanks for the heads up.

Has anyone dealt with Leifs?
That's the LAST place I'd ever take my car. Any reputable bodyshop will tell you that too.

http://wweek.com/editorial/3152/6909/
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