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Business Listing   Dave's Auto Body - Belmont, WI - Phone: (608) 762-5140


Business Listing   Shoey's Diesel Repair - Belmont, WI - Phone: (608) 762-5920


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Helpful Definition for: Auto Body Work

'Auto Body Work' means to create a work of art in the form of a sculpture when the reshape and molding of the car panels are done. In Belmont, whether it is pounding out a large dent, or working with filler or glazing material over small scratches, the need to acquire a special touch is to get the body just right and ready for paint.

When an auto body work is to be done, first the survey of the body and the damage must be done before jumping to any body work; planning should follow, and one must have all the supplies, that are needed, in advance. {City} charges thousands of dollars to repaint the entire vehicle.

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