Pretty much any repair shop. Larger names such as Firestone (I work there), NTB, Pep Boys, etc, should be able to perform that service.
Make it very clear it is a prepurchase inspection.
I like it when people bring me prepurchase inspections - I get to inspect with a fine tooth comb and have no problems sharing all the bad that I find.
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You may not have great luck finding a shop that is great at both... something you can definitely ask when you arrive. We have spotted body and chassis repairs, but only those that are somewhat obvious. A really good body guy can tell if a cars been painted, how long ago and if they used the right paint - you won't find that at a repair shop, in general...
Got it, Carchex and AIM Mobile Inspections do what they call them 150-point inspections. But those guys are usually scheduled 2-3 days out so the car might be gone by the time they get to it and you are stuck with fees.