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  • Sport Cars Precision Autobody of Southeast Texas has years of craftsmanship and experience needed to repair your damaged sports car, foreign or domestic.
  • Import Cars We can provide auto body repairs to virtually any type of import car. From Smart cars to Mercedes Benz.
  • Trucks Auto body repairs for Fords, Chevys, dodges and even those big old FREIGHTLINERs.
  • Motorcycles & Four Wheelers We can fix those dents and dings in motocycles and four wheelers.
  • Suv’s Has your SUV or Hummer collided with another vehicle? We can fix it.
  • Domestic Cars If your car has been a victim of bodily mayhem on the road we can help.
Claims Repair Process

The collision repair process involves many steps. There are many factors involved, some beyond our control (parts availability & delivery). We generally do not give a promise date until all parts have arrived and been checked for correctness as well as the vehicle being painted. Understand that many of the products we use have a curing time in between each process, such as primers, body fillers and sealers as well as top coats of paint. Some of these can be up to 2-3 hours before the next procedure can take place. Although we do our very best to get your vehicle returned to you in a timely manner, we realize what a great inconvenience it is to not have your vehicle.

The following outlines the procedures involved and important milestones along the way.


Estimate Prepared

  • Owner signs Repair Authorization
  • Insurance approval
  • Parts ordered electronically
  • Parts received (generally 1 to 2 days)
  • 2

    Estimated Completion Date Given

  • Vehicle scheduled for repairs
  • Vehicle disassembled & re-inspected
  • Insurance supplemental report written if additional parts/labor are required
  • Insurance supplement approved
  • Additional parts ordered if necessary
  • 3

    Customer Updated on Completion Date

  • Vehicle setup on Unibody repair equipment
  • Structural & body repairs made
  • New panels prepared/installed
  • Corrosion protection applied
  • All metal work inspected, initial tests done
  • 4

    Customer Updated on Schedule Completion

  • Vehicle chemically cleaned and tacked
  • Vehicle prepped, primed and blocked
  • Vehicle blown clean, masked & taped, placed in paint booth
  • Multi-step paint refinishing process applied
  • Reassembly, wheel alignment, air conditioning, detailing, final inspection and test drive
  • 5

    Confirmed Delivery Date Given

    • Repairing a 2003 Tiburon

      Replacing the passenger door on a 2003 Hyundai Tiburon that has had the door smashed in to the point where the window could not be opened. The finished job. Looks like a new car. The paint is matched and then the entire car is washed and cleaned.

    • Trailer Painting

      When Doug Reedy needed his trailer painted for his new company, FloodMasters, Precision Autobody was where he went to get the job done.