(Saturday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
21 Cindy Ln
See what it takes to bring back a GT4 – with the most extensive repair required without re-tubbing the chassis. Extensive aluminum and steelwork with be highlighted and discussed. As a
See what it takes to bring back a GT4 – with the most extensive repair required without re-tubbing the chassis. Extensive aluminum and steelwork with be highlighted and discussed.
As a Porsche Approved Collison Center or PACC, Bodymotion Inc. is required to follow customer and vehicle care as though they are an authorized Porsche dealership. After several years of training, equipment and facility improvements and upgrades, Bodymotion achieved the recognition from Porsche Cars North America as a PACC in 2015.
Auto Body and Paint repair has been around since the first cars were assembled and damaged over 100 years ago, and now the most significant changes to the industry are here. Electric cars, self-driving cars, and cars made of aluminum. Most PCA members are fortunate not to need collision repair, but not unlike health care a little bit of forehand knowledge goes a long way. How are aluminum cars built and thus repaired? What does a consumer need to know? Answers can be enlightening, entertaining and could help PCA members make the right decisions in the event of unfortunate circumstances. The Northern New Jersey Region Porsche Club of America has sought out Bodymotion to educate, entertain and enlighten its members on the nuances of aluminum vehicle repair. A special technical gathering is being convened at the Bodymotion facility on Saturday January 25th at 11:00 AM. Basically the gathering will be an awareness sneak peak behind the outer skin of how modern Porsches are built and thus repaired. It is a fascinating departure from what has been decades of steel uni-body and sheet metal repair.
Coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches will be available
Click this link for a short video of a 3 day re-tub on a Cayman GT4 Clubsport