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709 Blue Ridge
Grandview, MO 64030

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Kansas City's Premier Collision Repair Shop

Hours: 7:30 to 5:30 M-F | Closed SAT & SUN

AutoChex 2011 Award Winner

Chambers Brothers Collision Repair specializes in the restoring the appearance of damaged vehicles. Our experienced team of technicians and mechanics combine many years of quality workmanship to service our customers. We offer the follwing restoration services:

Why choose Chambers Brothers Collision Repair?

With over 30 years of collision repair experience, Chambers Bros has the tools and knowledge to repair your car correctly and get you back on the road. We have a friendly staff that will take care of all of your needs and leave you feeling confident that you chose the best shop for your repair!

Here is a list of just some of the services we offer:

  1. Free Estimates
  2. Autobody Collision Repair and Painting
  3. Paintless Dent Repair
  4. Wheel Repair
  5. Suspension Repair and Alignments
  6. Insurance claims processing assistance
  7. Local Pickup and Delivery
  8. 24 hr Towing
  9. Limited Lifetime Warranty (See Warranty Page)

We use the latest in modern repair equipment and can beat any competitor's prices while giving you more for your money

Here is just a few of our latest equipment upgrades:

  1. Car-O-Liner Computerized Unibody/Frame Measuring System
  2. Hunter Pro-Align Alignment System
  3. Two Spray Bake Paint Booths
  4. Eco-Friendly DuPont Waterbourne Paint System
  5. CCC One and Audatex Estimating Paint Systems

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    Paint is what matters the most to acheive a lasting outside appearance to any body restoration, thats why we use the finest paint on the market, Dupont.
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    We use the latest in safety equipment along with the most current paint Equipment available.
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    Applying the finishing touchs to a Paint restoration is a work of art, and we take pride in performing this phase with extreme care, we want your car to look the best that it can.
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    After the final finish has been applied and cured to a usable state all protective papers and masking must be carefully removed to prevent any unneccessary touchup work.