It’s only natural after making such a large investment, if you get into a car accident you’ll deal with tremendous stress worrying whether your vehicle will ever look the same or run like it once did.
Fortunately, Masselle’s Auto Body, specializing in collision repair, is committed to making quality repairs to all makes and models of vehicles and light trucks.
Since 1984, Steve Masselle, hands-on owner of Masselle’s, has earned the reputation of transforming damaged vehicles into something you’d swear was brand new.
Masselle’s is located in the historic district of Langhorne Borough.
Inside this auto repair shop you’ll find the latest tools and equipment the industry has to offer.
Masselle’s is one of only a few shops in the area to use Pro-Spot Resistance welding equipment, approved for duplicating factory spot welds, making repairs undetectable.
Steve and his technicians are each I-CAR Certified, the standard for excellence in the auto collision repair industry.
Steve is also an ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Certified Master Collision Repair Technician, meaning he has been trained and certified in all phases of collision repair.
Masselle’s offers you the assurance that the structural integrity and safety as well as appearance of your vehicle will be returned to its pre-accident condition.
Steve is a lot more than the owner; he handles all aspects of your job from calculating your estimate to painting your car.
“Our customers like dealing directly with the owner,” says Steve. “Following each repair, we perform a quality check of every job and clean the interior and exterior of every vehicle.”
Find out for yourself why Masselle’s has earned rave reviews.
Call Masselle’s Auto Body, located at 119 E. Richardson Avenue in Langhorne, at 215-752-7658.
Inquire about their rental car and towing service when you call. They are currently open by appointment only on Saturdays.
For additional information, visit www.massellesautobody.com.
PHOTO CAP: Owner Steve Masselle, along with body tech Tim Mcmenamin and frame tech Tom Carmean, standing alongside a 2011 Jaguar XKR they just completed that sustained over $20,000 in collision damage.