Classic Car Collision

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Nobody wants to meet by accident

If your pride and joy was wrecked in a fender bender or worse - you can’t trust any collision shop to get it back to 100%. That’s where we come in. You won’t see a bunch of Honda’s and Minivans in our shop - all we do is classic cars - so you can trust us to get it right.

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Porsche crash before and after

We work with insurance companies

You need a shop that is on your side to make sure your classic / muscle car or specialty car is repaired right. We work with your insurance adjuster to make sure that there is enough to cover getting your car back to where it was BEFORE the accident - or even better. Don’t just take their estimate - there can be deeper damage and more work involved than the initial estimate. We’ll handle it for you.

How Driven Does It Right

Tips from the Pros
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After years under cars, we've honed the best installation matched with the right parts to do the job right

Tear it down and look for more

We’ll need to tear down the damaged area(s) to make sure the damage isn’t deeper than we - or the insurance estimator can see. We’ve seen it happen before and it’s a bummer. We’d rather get the estimate right then get surprises at the end.

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61 Dodge Lancer crash before and after

Don’t get totaled

Hopefully you have an agreed value policy from a reputable specialty insurance company like Hagerty or Grundy that is high enough. A crash can cost more than you think - and the extra coverage isn’t that much in premium per year. Want an opinion on coverage - we can help you out.

What's the cost?

Each job will be estimated individually, but here are some guidelines to help you budget

Basic front disc upgrades vary by vehicle - but commonly for a simple set-up you can expect to pay the following
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$900 - $2000

for the parts

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$1200 - $2000

for labor/installation


Yes, a small fee of $250. Why? Because many people go from shop to shop looking for the highest estimate, get a check and cash it and never do the work. Proper insurance estimates take time and we need to be paid for that time. If we do the work - we apply the fee to the job.


Absolutely not.


That would be insurance fraud - and we won’t go there. What we will do is make sure our estimate is enough for us to make the repairs.


Sometimes. We’ll do our best to make room and start the process depending on your insurer.