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Ready For The Rain: 2011 Mini Cooper

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This job took us and our van up to Georgetown, MA to work on this 2011 Mini Cooper. Doing this windshield replacement took some extra care, as this vehicle comes equipped with a rain sensor. The rain sensor is mounted in contact with the inside of the windshield, near the rearview mirror, and works by […]

May 27, 2015 | In: Customer Stories

Classic Car Time: 1970s Corvette

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Memorial Day Weekend is here, and it’s time to think about summer cruising and road trips in your classic car that you’ve kept carefully stored all winter. We recently performed this rear glass replacement on a 1970s Corvette while working with our good friends at Sublime Restorations in South Hampton, NH. We always enjoy performing […]

May 22, 2015 | In: Customer Stories

When Your Windshield Absolutely, Positively Has To Be Replaced Right

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Here’s one of the more unusual replacement jobs we’ve had to do recently: This 2013 Morgan Olson FedEx delivery van was located in North Billerica. This windshield replacement was a little more difficult than usual. According to the VIN#, this is registered as a Ford vehicle. The problem is there is no Ford like this. […]

May 18, 2015 | In: Customer Stories

Off To The Races: Ferrari F430

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A couple of weeks ago we gave a preview of an important job we were working on. Well, here it is: a 2009 Ferrari F430. Our customer was making modifications in order to transform it into a Ferrari Challenge car, by swapping the interior and other pieces out. Our contribution was to replace the rear […]

May 14, 2015 | In: Customer Stories

Better Rot Repair: What Goes Wrong and How You Can Take Control

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Living in New England exposes your car to extreme weather conditions, which can lead to rust and rot. What you probably did not know, however, is that improper window repair could lead to premature decay by exposing unprotected steel. When damaged glass is removed during windshield replacement, bare metal can be exposed in the pinchweld. […]

May 4, 2015 | In: Customer Stories, How-Tos