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  1. #1 Default Sansossio Autobody 
    I would personally like to welcome Phil jr., and the rest of the crew at the shop for joining up and supporting this forum and its members.

    Sansossio Autobody as we have come to know it has been 40+ years in the making. Filippo Sansossio and Rudy Bernardi opened the doors to Bernardi and Sansossio in 1974. Five years later Filippo moved to the current location and opened the doors to a small 2 bay shop. In 1987, that shop under went a major ground up expansion by leveling the 2 bay shop and building the current 2 story, 16 bay, 3 paint boothed monster that is present today. The shop currently services several dealerships on the 2nd floor doing mostly repairs on trade ins and new cars with shipping damage. Downstairs is full collision and anything body related.

    So what exactly falls under anything body related?
    Collision repair
    Frame pulling/ straightening
    Paint work
    Bodykit installs (custom or bolt on)
    Roll cages
    Suspension installs (custom one offs with pickup point relocation/ full tubular/ spherical or full bolt on)
    Exhaust installs
    Lighting upgrades
    Differential upgrades (BMWs only, supplied by Diffsonline)
    Safety upgrades (supplied by HMS Motorsport)
    Window repair(only if he has to)

    The cars Phil has worked on can be found all over... from race cars to Benzes with stretched fenders to BMWs new and old. After seeing him work some magic on my own car, I have never hesitated to send someone to him. Having said that, I am proud to introduce Phil as our newest sponsor. Should you have any needs, he is the guy to see.
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    Thanks again For helping us out with everything Phil
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    Thanks Pete and admin pete!!
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    Woot!
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    Ever since I moved to Boston, Phil's the only person I would consider taking my car to (twice already -- thankfully not accident related but CSL-goodie related). Not only great work, but also cool guy to shoot the breeze with!
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    ^^Narcisse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by philsans5 View Post
    ^^Narcisse?
    Wow, I never thought you'd guess (or this quickly)!!!!
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    Lol, I can't forget a guy that buys real csl parts!
    Now bring her out to some shows!!
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    If I am correct he no longer has this car? He is in an E92 M3 now
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    Quote Originally Posted by philsans5 View Post
    Lol, I can't forget a guy that buys real csl parts!
    Now bring her out to some shows!!
    Only the best to make your life easier LOL!!!! I'm going to tag along for the UMass show, and hopefully many more after that. Heck, I'm even having Alex@DP detail my car on Thursday (just so that I don't look like the hobo of the group)! BTW, there are still some things we can do on my car (you know, near the roof and all, hint hint...). BTW, unless I have misread or misunderstood some of the posts on this forum, congrats on the many additions to your family!
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    Lol, def misunderstood hahaha not my real kid. E92???
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    oh wait, I think I am thinking of someone else... similar sn
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    i definitely look forward to bringing extra business to you Phil!
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    This guy Phil, I like him.
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    Hey Phil, I was wondering, what's the turn around time on your "out-with-the-chrome-in-with-the-gloss-black" kidney grills (only the outer trim, the slats are already black the way I like them) and side gills special? Is it a 3-day thing like body paint, or a quicker process? And yeah, Rob is a fun dude (clutch, lol), just saw him today when I dropped by BPG!
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    are you painting everything? You should do Satin black!!!
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    Yep, everything's that is chrome. I was debating between the different types of black, but so far out of all the ones I saw, the black Phil had on his car looks best.
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    Are you buyin the blacked out ones?? I haven't found anything that lasts as long as the drop in replacements. As far as install times on those, we'll be done in half hour. painting them would take 2 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by philsans5 View Post
    Are you buyin the blacked out ones?? I haven't found anything that lasts as long as the drop in replacements. As far as install times on those, we'll be done in half hour. painting them would take 2 days.
    Me confused... Are your front kidney grills (the gloss black outer trim ones) aftermarket or did you spray them?
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