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      05-17-2013, 02:38 AM   #1
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NW shop that could do IND style fender pulls?

Just wondering if we have any shops that could do IND style fender pulls? Anyone know of such?
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      09-02-2013, 02:41 PM   #2
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Come on Great NW body shops! i volunteer to be guinea pig for this
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      09-02-2013, 06:34 PM   #3
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I'm interested in what this IND-style pull is all about, any reference threads?
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There really wasn't any E9X M3 mod shops from 2008 till I left in 2012.

HPF was about it in Oregon. Plus there really weren't any modified E9X M3 owners a few years ago.
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There really wasn't any E9X M3 mod shops from 2008 till I left in 2012.

HPF was about it in Oregon. Plus there really weren't any modified E9X M3 owners a few years ago.
I would challenge that notion on a couple fronts. HPF had been more E46-focused; companies that are still around today (and have been): AR Auto Service, Vollgas Motorwerks, BMW Portland (for Dinan)
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I would challenge that notion on a couple fronts. HPF had been more E46-focused; companies that are still around today (and have been): AR Auto Service, Vollgas Motorwerks, BMW Portland (for Dinan)
Never heard of them and never saw them or any cars they put out.

I am talking about on the IND and EAS level which brings me back to my earlier post. Oregon does not have any shops heavily in the E9X M3 platform. I lived there for 4 years and saw nada.
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Never heard of them and never saw them or any cars they put out.

I am talking about on the IND and EAS level which brings me back to my earlier post. Oregon does not have any shops heavily in the E9X M3 platform. I lived there for 4 years and saw nada.
I understand what you're referencing, good counter-point!
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LIttle bit of info HERE

Full photoshoot HERE
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Not to revive an old thread, however I thought that I'd mention that my car is currently at Europa Auto Body (off SE Division.) Trying to get a little movement out of the rear wheel arches. The reason I'm sharing, that shop is quite impressive. The place itself is hidden away behind Europa Motors--the parking lot routinely has gorgeous examples from RTGT as it serves as their go-to for all repair.
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Not to revive an old thread, however I thought that I'd mention that my car is currently at Europa Auto Body (off SE Division.) Trying to get a little movement out of the rear wheel arches. The reason I'm sharing, that shop is quite impressive. The place itself is hidden away behind Europa Motors--the parking lot routinely has gorgeous examples from RTGT as it serves as their go-to for all repair.
Does this mean you'll be able to run even bigger spacers on your OEM wheels?

Haha just giving you a hard time. Glad you finally found a place and are getting it sorted out.
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Not to revive an old thread, however I thought that I'd mention that my car is currently at Europa Auto Body (off SE Division.) Trying to get a little movement out of the rear wheel arches. The reason I'm sharing, that shop is quite impressive. The place itself is hidden away behind Europa Motors--the parking lot routinely has gorgeous examples from RTGT as it serves as their go-to for all repair.
Im very interested ! Need more info, were they able to widen rear fenders? Pics? let me know when you going to be there i want to stop by.
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Bump need updates !!!
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