Dent Repair & Removal

Dent Repair & Removal

Our highly-skilled team is qualified to restore major and minor damage on nearly every make and model that enters our repair shop. We are equipped to quickly assess any damage and identify the best repair solution, from major vehicle damage to finer cosmetic issues.

Hail Damage Repair

Hail Damage Repair

Too often, there is no escaping nature's wear and tear on vehicles, especially during hailstorms. Thankfully, The Kustom Shop specializes in cosmetic repairs and can remove any evidence that hail ever struck your vehicle. If your vehicle needs hail dent removal, bring it in for a free auto body repair estimate.

Windshield Repair

Windshield Repair

A windshield is actually two sheets of glass held together by an inner layer of polyvinyl butyrate. When the windshield is damaged, the polyvinyl butyrate holds the glass in place, which is why it doesn't immediately shatter the way back windows or even side mirrors do.

A crack in the windshield can directly impact the safety of your vehicle and may also potentially impair your driving ability. That's why our technicians are trained and certified to determine the best solution and repair for your vehicle.

Fender Repair

Fender Repair

Fender damage can range from a small dent to more serious harm. The Kustom Shop is equipped and ready to fix almost any type of damage to your vehicle. We repair a wide range of auto body types, including steel, aluminum, carbon fiber and even sheet molded compound.

Bumper Repair

Bumper Repair

Bumpers are often the first part of the vehicle to absorb contact in a collision. That's why providing appropriate, safe bumper repair is crucial. Our team meticulously performs the right repair for each bumper, and reconditions your bumper to erase any signs of dents, scratches, scrapes, or indentations. Many plastic bumper parts can be repaired, especially bumper covers, which are commonly damaged on a vehicle. By saving your bumper, the technician will also be able to blend the appended paint more efficiently and accurately.

Auto Painting

Auto Painting

Your vehicle's paint is often the first thing people notice-especially if the finish is chipped, scratched, or damaged. The Kustom Shop takes paint seriously. We use computerized paint-matching software, so that each vehicle entering our booth precisely matches its original finish and color.

Paint Repair

Paint Repair

Paint chips can result from rocks or gravel thrown up by a car in front of you, inclement weather, or from a collision. They're often hard to cover up with simple touch-up paint, and can detract from the appearance of your vehicle. Luckily, the team at The Kustom Shop features painters and staff to get your vehicle's paint finish looking like new again.

Auto Collision

Auto Collision

Lincoln's Friendliest Body Shop!

We make friends by accident! We do work on most major makes and models. As always, our estimates are free. Whether small, medium, or major accident...make us your 2nd call...right after your insurance company (or significant other).

Insurance Work

Most people's first call is to their insurance company. The insurance company will typically make the recommendation to have it towed or taken to one of their "preferred" shops. While most preferred shops are reputable, they also do this because they have an agreement with those shops to engage in most-cutting measures. Typically making sure to ask the right questions of your potential body shop/auto collision center is the most important. The days, issues are typically shared via ratings on Facebook, Google, Yelp and the like. Social Media and internet searches are the best place to start to make sure the shop you are considering has a good reputation. Asking friends/family for personal recommendations is one of the best ways to make sure you find a good shop. Once you've identified potential shops, call and ask questions that are most relevant to your situation such as:

  • How long will it typically take to finish my vehicle?
  • Do you have access to alternative transportation?
  • Do you guarantee your work?
  • Do you prefer to use OEM or Aftermarket parts?
  • What paint line do you use and why?

Knowing what questions to ask, can save you a headache before it ever starts.