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autobodyworks
PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 6:44 pm 
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CHASSIS DAMAGE!!!

For many of us is the last thing you want to happen to your vehicle. Most of us can’t help but feel that it’s all over or the car would never be the same.


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Well now there is some good news!!

Don’t Be Fooled by words like ‘write off’, ‘total loss’ or ‘uneconomical to repair The only one that benefits from these words are your Insurance Company. With the right equipment chassis damage can be repaired and your vehicle can be restored exactly to its original condition.

Look at the below images:We have a Mitsubishi Pickup with chassis damage being repaired on our Celette Frame Machine with our Computerized Measuring System installed (Celette Naja).



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With this equipment we can measure the damaged pickup and compare it to the original manufacture specs within 100th of a millimetre. Then we can pull and re-align the pickup while the Naja shows the changed measurements in real time. At the end of the repair we can even produce a printed report from our measuring system proving that the vehicle is back to its original condition. Celette have even joked that some vehicles are repaired to better than original.

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During this repair process our Celette Frame Machine can cold pull with 20 tonnes of force. This is crucial as heating the metal to make it easier to pull & repair significantly weakens it, resulting in a repaired vehicle that cannot properly withstand a collision, putting your life at risk.
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For all of you that have been or will be involved in collisions in the future, it is important to know, chassis damage can be properly and safely repaired.

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No need to give up on your vehicle, Just Bring It to Auto Body Works We will save your car and preserve your safety.


Have you just had your vehicle repaired?
Did the repairer show you the replaced parts?
Did you get a printed datasheet report?
How do you know if the car is safe to drive?



Bring your vehicle in to us, we will do A:

FREE!! Mechanical Service Check

FREE!! Structural Inspection

FREE!! Tram Gauge Measurements

FREE!! Estimate For Any Damages we find

Contact us at any of the below to schedule your check today.

Phone Us At:-Image 638 8265 / 675 2534
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autobodyworksltd@gmail.com


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chit8238
PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2016 3:30 pm 
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If a chassis has extensive rust, can you restore it? It's a single cabin D-Max pickup.


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autobodyworks
PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2016 4:26 pm 
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chit8238 wrote:
If a chassis has extensive rust, can you restore it? It's a single cabin D-Max pickup.


We may be able to, it depends on the condition of the chassis we will need to see it in order to advise you.


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abc
PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:58 pm 
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will check u wit a antique later on


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