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Paintless Dent Repair Recommendation

Posted by Panteras Northwest on June 16, 2011 at 5:59 PM

 

Just a quick heads-up for any of you within striking distance of Tacoma:

 

I have used a place called "Metal Magic" several times over the last few years for removal of dings, etc. The other day I came out of a Forza Coffee shop and watched as the guy who parked next to me rammed his door into the side of my Magnum, and then he simply drove away. Even though he dented the door and it went through to the primer, Lou Wells, the owner of Metal Magic, was able to r...

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Towing Service

Posted by Panteras Northwest on October 2, 2010 at 12:32 PM

For those of you located North of Seattle (in the Birch Bay area), here is the contact info for the guy who transported my recalcitrant Pantera from there to University place. His name is Tony, and he did a great job, being very careful not to damage the front spoiler, which only gives me about 3" of ground clearance.


BJ's Towing

120 3rd Street

PO Box 164

Sumas, WA 98295


call 24/7/365: 1-360-988-4702


hey are affiliat...

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Chris Kimball's Pantera Story (so far!)

Posted by Panteras Northwest on May 22, 2010 at 12:02 AM

The Pantera Story

 

Chapter One:  The Birth of a New Hobby (um, Obsession)

 

 

 

I’ve always loved cars.  From the red, blow-molded, toy race car I repeatedly sent down the stairway when I was a toddler (“when I gwow up I want to be a wacing car dwiver”;) to the thrill of watching races at Silverstone during an English vacation at age 9, my childhood revolved around Hot Wheels, Corgi Toys and Johnny Lighting.

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Panteras Northwest Comes to Life

Posted by Panteras Northwest on May 16, 2010 at 2:57 PM

Monday, 11 December 2006

 

Panteras Northwest Comes to Life

 

(The following article will be submitted to POCA Profiles for publication)

 

 

They had been together for over 20 years.  By anyone’s standard, that is far too long to wait to take that last step and make it official, to give the relationship that final stamp of recognition.

 

All their friends had seen it, had been with them on many occasion...

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