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Old 06-06-18, 07:27 AM
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Dent to be fixed. Back right behind tire, its before the rear light. Lexus is350c
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I've just seen this post so sorry for the lag time. I use Service King on S. Creek Pkwy in Plano, Texas and I am one picky customer. I do body work, including painting, on classic restorations so I know what to look for in quality. Once my wife's car was in there and I got a call from the manager telling me that the vehicle did not pass their quality check and would be run back through the paint line. This was for a small rear bumper infraction on a Nissan. Just out of curiosity I stopped by the shop on the way home from work to see what was caught. The tape line, under the bumper, as in you had to be laying on the ground to see it, was not perfectly straight for the application of the second color. Wow. It is no wonder that they have such a great reputation including with insurance companies. While I cannot speak to every location I can attest to this one being as quality conscious as I am. That is saying something!

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Originally Posted by Ed Fisher View Post
I use Service King on S. Creek Pkwy in Plano, Texas and I am one picky customer.
I have used them before on a previous car and they do great work. Pretty sure this is Spring Creek Pkwy and not South Creek Pkwy.
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jonmonkey is absolutely correct. Spring Creek and Central Exwy. My abbreviation was borne of habit since we had a satellite office at Spring Creek and used the term S. Creek often. Sorry about that. Good catch.
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