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CIR FORUM "How To Post" and FORUM Guidelines

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 3/4/2013 2:36 PM
 

Hi everyone

I am in need of a Porsche capable body shop in the Lafayette or northern Indy area. Hit a deer with my much loved 80 911 targa.

Any help or referral you could give me would be greatly appreciated

thanks

Joe Ropes

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 11/15/2015 2:36 PM
 

Hi Joe, Nice to see a post from you.  Sorry about your accident with a deer.  At least you didn't hit at deer at Road America LOL.  https://youtu.be/N3qo1de-iYk  I've always used Langford's Collision on the northwest side of Indy.  Greg's a great guy to work with (on my '97 4-door BMW M3 and '88 Carrera DE track car).  Very reasonable rates, and great work.   http://www.langfordscollisionrepair.com/  You can also try the Tin Ranch in Westfield, Indiana, but I have no experience with them, but have heard good reviews of their "invisible" repairs from friends who own special vehicles (Jim Phend formerly of Carmel Indiana, owner of a heavily modified 1993 Mazda Rx7 Type FD similar to what I used to own).  Good luck!  --Manny

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