2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Anyone in MD/VA/DC know of a decent body shop? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I'm trying to get the front and rear fenders rolled before I purchase replacement tires. It seems that the 18x9.5"s ...
- 04-19-07 06:56 PM #1
Anyone in MD/VA/DC know of a decent body shop?
I'm trying to get the front and rear fenders rolled before I purchase replacement tires. It seems that the 18x9.5"s in the back are a tad to big.
- 04-20-07 08:58 AM #2
Re: Anyone in MD/VA/DC know of a decent body shop?
Bump, for an answer myself.
I used Lindsay to replace my front bumber skirt, when my retarded friend hit a lawn gnome with my car about 18 months ago. There's not much to that though. No idea if they would do well on fender rolling. I'd probabaly feel more comfortable going to speed shop type place, or a wheel shop that specialized in 'Dubs' (perhaps Ye Olde Wheel Shop, in Elkrdige?)
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