December 26, 2017 @ 11:01 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags: ,
Completed Lexus Paint Job in Boston

When I came on board as Allston Collision Center’s business partner I conceived an idea that a body shop could be a place where employees and customers alike trusted each other to produce a body of work to be proud of.  I believe this has been accomplished many times over at Allston Collision Center, but […]

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October 4, 2017 @ 2:02 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags: ,
2017 lexus ls460 accident in boston

The Lexus LS460 shown here was hit so hard.  We were glad that its owner was not hurt.  As you can see this was a rear hit that required us to remove the entire back end of the vehicle.  This vehicle needed the sheet metal pulled to get the lines back.  However, before the pull, […]

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July 24, 2017 @ 11:03 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags: ,
icar certification auto body repair high strength steel bronze

Allston Collision Center ushers in its own style of the Bronze Age. We are very excited to announce not one, but two auto body professionals with ICAR Certifications. This allows Allston Collision Center to handle all types of auto body repair including steel, including ultra-high strength steel also known as AHSS and Bronze. In 2016 […]

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June 30, 2017 @ 4:29 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags:
vehicle hail damage repair

It’s that time of year again when hail storms roll through the city causing damage to all sorts of things, especially cars.  If this has happened to you contact Allston Collision Center to find out how to have the damage repaired.  Whether there are dents in your vehicle or broken glass we have the expertise […]

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June 5, 2017 @ 7:48 pm | Category:Boston Auto Body | Tags: ,

Allston Collision Center is very excited to have completed this project for one of our customers. This is a 2013 Scion with a Lambo door kit installation. The customer wanted to retrofit his Scion with vertical doors and as you can see the finished product is super cool. This style door, referred to as vertical, […]

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February 20, 2017 @ 11:19 pm | Category:Boston Auto Body | Tags: , ,

A Bird, a Silly Rabbit and a Strike! Trailhawk:  Well I’m sure you have realized by now we aren’t talking about a bird!  This vehicle was hit while parked.  The owner of the vehicle arrived to find the passenger side buckled.  You can see the wave and scratches on the door in the photos.  Unfortunately […]

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January 22, 2017 @ 5:04 pm | Category:Uncategorized | Tags: No tags

This year I find myself reflecting on my professional life and I recall entering this business with thoughts of changing how our shop would operate. Sixteen years under my belt and I am proud of the changes, Allston Collision Center, has made. The most important being my decision to move to water based paints. This […]

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November 30, 2016 @ 8:37 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags: , , , ,

A brand new car, whichever brand you like, and it’s just unsettling to have an accident before you get good miles on your new ride. Not done with 2016, and 2017 hasn’t arrived but your car has been hit – it’s worse than bird poop after a detail! Allston Collision Center recently had a flurry […]

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October 28, 2016 @ 3:27 pm | Category:Uncategorized | Tags:

OK, I know the Game of Thrones reference is, OH I don’t know awesome, fun, nerdy, BUT really winter is coming.  I mean it’s not Winterfell but it is Boston after all. With the terrible drought conditions that have plagued us these past months we need some rain or snow.  I know you are thinking; […]

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September 27, 2016 @ 4:40 pm | Category:Auto Body Repair | Tags:
2016 Subaru Imprezza - Vandalism Repair - Prep Work

In the auto body repair business, we always get vandalism repair work,  and I always ask myself why?  Why it is someone walks by a vehicle and decides to key scratch it… mad that day, jealous, or just because you can.    This never really made sense to me, but I guess it falls under why […]

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