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Please recommend a garage for cosmetic repair to campervan

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hiya,

 

on the way to a wedding on saturday we got lost, hubby got stressed and reversed into a wall:rant:

 

the rear left hand door is dinted and the bumper is buggered.

 

Obviously being on maternity leave and having a little one means that cash is rather tight so I need to get the repairs done as cheeply as possible but not a botched job either;)

 

can anyone recommend a garage / person who could do this for us????:help:

 

Thanks

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Depends on what campervan it is and who it's made by. If it's a full coachbuilt and the damage is serious you'll have to head back to the manufacturer or dealershhip.

 

However, if it's a conversion and/or just superficial damage to standard parts that just head to a standard bodyshop, of which I'm guessing there are probably a few recommended on here. I'll go and have a look.

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its a fiat ducato van conversion about the size of a transit van. the parts (i presume) would be standard to that type of vehicle irrespective of whether its a campervan or not. Its just that the vehicle is heavier than a standard van (max gross weight is 3 tonnes)

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In which case you should be fine with a normal bodyshop. What model is it?

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motorhome dealers at deepcar should be able to do the job dont know the road name sorry ... its just before you turn off for stocksbridge :)

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just wondered if anyone knoew anywhere that they could recommed from experience and also that aren;t too pricey....?

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take it thats a no then - tried deepcar motorhomes and they dont do these kind of repairs

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hi

I bought my camper from Wellhouse Motors in Huddersfield (they used to be next door to the deepcar place but they've now moved).

They have a mechanic on site and may be able to help. Ask for David Elliot.

 

d.elliot@btinternet.com

 

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