Avoid like the plague. After three weeks i was told my car was finished being repaired and was in clean-up. When i arrived the next day i was amazed to see that most of the work had not been done. the hood was still hitting on the drivers side, the roof was still 1/4 inch off the passenger side, the cowl still had a 3/8 in gap in it not to mention the chin spoiler was missing and the right inner fender liner was gone. The right fender was just flopping and the back section was sticking out. The gentleman that originally wrote the car up agreed that the work had not been done and what little had been done was sub par. He said he would have it finished. I expressed my concerns with Jim Stutzman and was told he would look in to it and get back to me. Needless to say he didn't return the call till i called him back. I was basically told by him that i was crazy and there was nothing wrong with my car. WHen i went to remove my car from them the service writer couldn't understand how he (Jim Stutzman) could say there was nothing wrong. My car is now at another body shop being repaired properly. Fortunately for me I work on cars a lot and have a good understanding of them. I would hate see what goes out the door with the person who doesn't know...... Moreover what does it say when the General Manager ( Jim Stutzman) of a dealership could careless if you remove your vehicle to take it where it will be fixed right.