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Frank's Collision Center Inc

Automobile Restoration-Antique & Classic

(706) 565-7171

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4754 Warm Springs Rd, Columbus, GA 31909

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Mon - Fri

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Phone: (706) 565-9997

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    Bonnie N.
    08/14/2015

    Very friendly. Great service. Everything looks great. No surprise expenses. Will go back!

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    Charlie C.
    08/05/2014

    Frank's SCAM is what the real name of this place should be. Frank's asks for "fake" receipts from company's to scam insurance company's out of money, a bunch of arrogant "folks" if you know what I mean. Not to help the customer, but to fill their own pockets. Deal with these guys if you want, but you WILL get burned. Too bad I can't give a ZERO star review.

  • Charles M.
    04/10/2014

    Someone rear-ended my 'Heavy Cruiser', an '06 Dodge Magnum R/T AWD about 4 years ago. Naturally, the driver's insurance had lapsed (Only in America - Land of Opportunity), but mine was in-force, so my agent recommended Frank's. Right - I go to the place the insurance company points toward to get a crappy, but cheap repair. But I was angry with the Dodge dealer's Service Mgr, so I gave them a shot. The rental was being paid for by GEICO, so if the job wasn't up to par - I'd just drive the rental around until it was fixed correctly.



    Much to my delight, Frank's had done a first-class job! Here we are, 4 un-garaged Georgia summers later, and you can't tell where the factory paint ended and Frank's began.



    It was so good that I had their appraiser give her the once over - a completely refinished BIG car for $450! But I had already sunk $250 in her because the AH's insurance had lapsed (even though he was also insured by GEICO, I still had to pay the deductible), so I decided to wait a couple of months - sure, they'd honor the appraisal if I (or someone else) didn't crunch her again. Time went on and she didn't get the rest of her make-over.



    The car is now freely and clearly mine. My first couple of what would have been payments will go to have Frank's do the whole enchilada. It is one of the few cars that is appreciating with every new month - thanks to the Daimler's C-Class chassis and M-B all-wheel drive.



    Yep, she's a keeper, as is Frank's.



    Cheers, AhWoooooo

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