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I need to get my fender/door on my 2016 Cayman S fixed - some older lady didn't see me and merged into me! - in the Boston area. According to porschecollisioncenter.com, the three closest "approved" body shops are the following:
  1. Baystate Collision Center, Braintree, MA
  2. Hollis Auto Body, Ashland MA
  3. Herb Chambers Collision Center, Holliston, MA
So here are my questions:
  1. Is porschecollisioncenter.com even a legit site?
  2. Has anyone had any experience with these shops, positive or negative?
  3. Any recommendations for either these three or other shops?
I'm looking for advice from other Porsche owners who have used these shops, or others, and can give "experienced" advice; we all want to keep our toys as pristine as possible, no?!

Thanks!
Bob
 

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I had a relatively minor incident requiring some paint work done by Hollis in Ashland. Very professional interactions, and you literally cannot tell there was ever damage. Downside is that it was quite expensive. Just make sure your insurance company is okay with the cost prior to starting the work.
 
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