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Should Peter leave a card?

Written By admin On 29th Sep 2009
Should Peter leave a card?

Should Peter leave a card? Car parks, both public and private are places Peter spends a lot of time in. And we all know when we visit a car park, we will see many examples of damage to paintwork that Peter could repair. Should Peter put a business card under a wiper blade? If you […]

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BMW paintwork fixed in LE1

Written By admin On 11th Sep 2009
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BMW paintwork fixed in LE1. When the rear bumper on a new BMW was scuffed, local firm called in Peter. Only weeks old and local driver returns to find his car has been damaged in the car park. Having heard about Peter’s skills he was asked to quote for the repair. As the main dealer […]

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Rusty Ford

Written By admin On 8th Sep 2009
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Rusty Ford. Peter usually does not touch rust, because the time scale makes good rust removal next to impossible. But when friend Tom came and asked if anything could be done to help reduce the rust on his wifes car Peter thought he would have a go. As you can see, from the outside there […]

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London scuffs on FIAT Grand Punto

Written By admin On 2nd Sep 2009
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London scuffs on FIAT Grand Punto. After a few months working in London both front and rear bumpers and 2 alloy wheels were very much the worse for wear. A new job in the USA meant that Dad had to get the car sorted and sold. Dad called Peter who was able to fix the […]

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It’s a very small world

Written By admin On 21st Aug 2009
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It’s a very small world. When Peter went to see Tom to quote on some damage to his 08 plate Honda Civic it was clear Tom was not a local. Though there may be 20 years between them, at one time they lived within 4 or 5 miles of each other in Newcastle and went […]

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Alloy Wheel repairs in Leicester

Written By admin On 13th Aug 2009
Alloy Wheel repairs in Leicester

Alloy Wheel repairs in Leicester. Back in June this year Peter was called in to repair an alloy wheel on a Customers Maserati, all went well and the Customer was delighted. So much so, that when the car was forced onto a kerb by a passing motorist they didn’t hesitate to call Peter back to […]

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My car has been ‘keyed’ – what do I do next?

Written By admin On 10th Aug 2009
My car has been ‘keyed’ – what do I do next?

My car has been ‘keyed’ – what do I do next? Is it a sign that education is getting better when the the vandals who ‘key’ your car are bright enough to write a 4 letter word on the side of your car. This was the second such repair Peter was asked to carry out […]

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Does Size Matter?

Written By admin On 9th Aug 2009
Does Size Matter?

Does Size Matter? Peter sees cars that have been damaged in most of the Supermarket car parks in and around the City with the one exception, the new John Lewis car park. Is this because the spaces are getting smaller, cars are getting bigger or drivers take less care?

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Does colour matter?

Written By admin On 8th Aug 2009
Does colour matter?

Does colour matter? Over the last few weeks Peter has repaired more Black cars than ever before. Most Black cars these days are metallics and pearls. Names like Obsidian and Sapphire are the order of the day, but they are all blacks of one shade or another. Often with 12 or more tints these are […]

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Red BMW wheel arch damage – how to fix it

Written By admin On 7th Aug 2009
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Red BMW wheel arch damage – how to fix it. When a client’s car was damaged in their car park a local business called Peter to help out. Peter was able to carry out the repair at the home of the client to minimise disruption. As a result, not only were both parties very happy […]

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  • Awesome service! made it look like it never happened! Fast, efficient, effective and affordable. Mark Perkins Bumper Scuff
    Awesome service! made it look like it never happened! Fast, efficient, effective and affordable.