Elite Porsche Bodywork

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Elite Porsche are equipped to deal with all levels of your Porsche's body work, from full on crash repair to dent, ding and scuff repairs.

Unfortunately, accidents do happen. It may not be your fault but, one day, your Porsche may be in need of professional repair. You'll be faced with an important decision. Who will repair your Porsche back to its original condition?

As the vehicle owner, the choice of where your Porsche is repaired is yours and you are only required to obtain one repair estimate. The Insurer must meet all reasonable costs of repair. Settle for nothing less than the highest standards - insist on Elite Porsche

Throughout the repair process only Genuine Porsche Parts are used, thereby maintaining the safety and integrity of your Porsche. We recommend you fit Genuine Porsche Parts as they are the only ones built to the exact specifications of you car's original components. In addition, all materials and water based paints used are solvent free and are therefore environmentally friendly.

All work will be performed by fully trained technicians, who can utilise Factory support and make reference to workshop repair manuals to ensure procedures are adhered to.

When ready for refinishing, your Porsche will be thoroughly and skilfully prepared before the priming and repainting processes begin. The use of advanced paint systems allow for a high quality of finish to be achieved, while low bake drying ensures ultimate durability. Careful reassembly of your vehicle takes place prior to extensive quality checks and testing. Your Porsche will then be cleaned and returned to you in pristine condition.

• Dent / scratch repairs
• Alloy wheel repairs and refurbishment
• Free estimates
• Plastic bumper repairs
• Crash repairs
• Vehicle welding
• All types of Accident repair

• All types of Paint work
• Undertake all insurance work
• Undertake and will undercut any quality competitors quote for all other types of work
• Collection & Delivery service
• Free Quotes
• Free Advice