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The Autoshop is an Aston Martin approved structural repair shop that has reached 22 years in business, with a core team of dedicated technicians who are on hand to seamlessly repair any structural defects on your vehicle. Based in our native Gloucestershire and surrounding area we comprise of a team of nine dedicated, friendly and experienced staff, The Autoshop offers a personal and professional service to all clients – which is why in our 22nd year we welcome back existing customers just as often as we greet new clients.

Set up in 1996 by Tim Harwood after spending many years working in a family body shop business, The Autoshop is a structural repair shop based in Stroud offering accident repairs and restorations to all makes and models. With a professional jig booth, infra-red lamps and DuPont paint at their disposal, The Autoshop engineers make a conscious effort to stay up to date with changing technologies within the automotive industry in order to continue offering the very best service.

Should your Aston Martin suffer a crash or accident, The Autoshop are happy to pick your car up and transport it back to their workshop for repair. After learning the industry from his family and teaching himself how to fully repair all Aston Martin models, Tim currently boasts extensive knowledge of body work and with a no job too big or small mentality, you can be sure that you are receiving a flexible and high quality service from him and all of his team.

Everyone who works for The Autoshop has remained with the company for many years, such is the reputation the business has made for itself within the Midlands and South West for offering the very best service. With a wealth of experience between them, the company’s workforce has been taught in-house how to repair vehicles the most effective way; completing quality jobs at competitive prices.

22 years in business would never have been possible without the respect and loyalty the company shows its clients. With a very quick turnaround on every job and a service that goes above and beyond the call of duty, The Autoshop has the potential to reach even greater milestones in the future. We look forward to providing new and existing customers with an excellent structural repair and restoration service on their vehicle for the next 22 years and beyond on stratstone aston martin amersham.

We offer the use of a courtesy car should you wish, please contact us for details.

For more information contact The Autoshop on:
Telephone: 01453 882844

The Autoshop Accident Repair Centre Limited
Unit 22 Hopemills Business Centre
London Road
Stroud, Gloucestershire

We cover the following areas of Gloucestershire – Stroud, Dursley, Cirencester, Stonehouse, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Berkeley & Thornbury.

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