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Colony Collision Centre - No Job too big

Colony Collision Centre - No Job too big

If you have been following our blog, you'll see that our Collision Centre performs repairs on all sorts of vehicles. One of our most popular repairs (was posted on this blog months back), was when we had a Ford GT in the Gulf color scheme arrive with a torn off front clip. Although it was a big job, our collision centre got this car looking as good as new! The customer could not have been more thrilled with the results.

Asides from the newer cars that we work on, we also take in classics that need some TLC. Our collision centre manager, Gary Marinacci, is a true car guy who loves his classic cars. If you ever get a chance to meet Gary, you'll see why customers are happy with the results of their service through the collision centre. Although Gary is the face of that shop, there are many other car enthusiasts who work in that department and are passionate about their work. Sam is our painter who has many years of experience painting cars to factory specifications. Kamal, is our experienced prepper who works wonders when it comes to mending and also applying our Durashield protective film. Kyle is our detailer and does a good job of tying up loose ends, he is also big into the sport compact car scene.

Then we come to Jens... Jens is a veteran body man here at Colony, his experience truly shows through his work. He is a real gear-head and is passionate about his classic cars. Jens takes on some of the most toughest jobs that come through our body shop, he can take something that potentially could be scrap, and recondition it to make it a desirable collectors piece.

Just take a look at this 1965 Mustang convertible that Jens is currently working on... The floors are completely rotted on it and is going to be quite the task to make it right. As you can see, Jens will be replacing the floors with a brand new pan. Certainly no easy task, a lot of measuring, cutting, mending and bending to make this fit right. Follow this build on Facebook!

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