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Dear Shawn,

When I called my insurance agent with my claim he said it would be worth the drive to see you. This was an understatement. I am very pleased with the repairs on my Honda and because of you professionalism and explanation during the repairs, I am no longer uneasy about driving my car after the accident. I hope I don’t need your services again, but I tell everyone the drive is worth it at ten times the distance. Thank you very much!

-Sarah H. Parker
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Beginning repairs
Inspecting undercarriage damage
Damaged rear end assembly removed for repair
While installing new axle, found trailing arm mounting pocket to be bent. Will need to address this prior to install. Damaged parts/ trim removed for repairs. Will transfer to frame rack beginning of the week for unibody realignment
Received the lateral braces yesterday. Repairing the trailing arm mount best as possible prior to setting up on the frame rack due to access. Will complete this repair and unibody realignment once set up 
Unibody realignment in process
Structural realignment complete. Pulls to front, rear frame rails, front and rear suspension control points, front and rear upper innerstructure were necessary.
Completing front innerstructure repairs. Prepping/ fitting replacement panels prior to transfer back to 2 post lift for floor panel repair and replacement
Front innerstructure repairs complete
Rear body sheet metal straightened. Prepping/ fitting new floor section
 New rear panels installed. innerstructure repair complete. Primer coat applied. Prepping for application of seam sealers and corrosion protection prior to painting of innerstructure
Floor underside painted. Beginning install of mechanical componants
Replacement axle assembly and rear suspension parts installed
New wheels installed. Upper sheet metal realignment complete. Beginning steet metal repairs
Completing sheet metal repairs
Primer coat applied. Beginning prep for painting of jambs and inner panels
Refinishing luggage compartment and rear body section
Refinishing of innerstructure complete
Refinishing of jambs and body section complete. Beginning reinstall of outer sheet metal
The jambs of the outer panels, including the doors, must be painted. Refinishing the panels off the vehicle to avoid masking lines in the jambs. (Will look like factory paint)
Completing panel reinstall
Sanding/ polishing of paint complete. Resuming put together
Mechanical repairs/ exhaust install complete. The suspension kits call for a re-torque after a few miles. Will get the car to the trim shop Monday am for the top repair, then back to service for the re-torque.
Repairs are complete less the seat motor

9843 Titan Court • Littleton, CO • 80125