Indy auto repair saves car from the scrapyard


Jamco Inc.

Indianapolis

Category: Auto Body Work

"Jacmco Inc. in Indianapolis did the body work on my 1995 Maxima after a semi veered into it," says James Lehenbauer of Indianapolis. "They replaced the fender, headlight and windshield, and repaired the hood, bumper and corner light.

"The car was totaled and other shops estimated the work at $3,000 to $3,700. I requested Jamco do 'economy' body work for $1,200 since the car had 180,000 miles.

"They hit the mark perfectly and their work was the bargain I was looking for."


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