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Offline scud

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So ceva made a mistake, I can understand your frustration but shit happens.

In life if you can fix it then it's all good.

You can be upset when you can't fix something.



Offline mhh

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Offline ckbag


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i made a similar dent in my gfs car, took it to a dent repair shop and they told me the same thing
 
"may not be 100% perfect but would be 99%"

after the job it was 100% in my eyes and all it cost me was $150ish

although her cars a mini so wouldn't know whether a ferrari might be easier/harder to de-dent?



Offline 355Aussie


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Zagame used Allans for my 430 and it arrived perfect as the day it left Melbourne.

I wouldn't dare try to save a couple of hundred dollars with another carrier only to have the car damaged.

Go with the tried and tested I say.

Good luck!



Offline eewink


  • Joined: Oct 2009

  • Drives: Holden
  • Location: Australia
So, on one thread you loved how lorbek got the car on the first truck available, but then complain about zagame waiting, possibly, for a trusted carrier to be available.

599s are very wide, product knowledge and experience when handling them pays dividends.

But, thanks for posting, its nice to know my service is still the best. And ftr, I recommend 80% of my trucking enquiries to alan norton as his service is superb too.

I always give credit where credit is due. LORBEK was efficient. I was happy with that and I am giving them credit. Zagame was not as efficient. Over the phone they had not explored sending the car with other carriers to get the car by the end of this week.

Dents can be fixed and sure problems with transporting cars will arise. Problems occur Its how these problems are dealt with by the conpanies that matters. If CEVA deals with it well, I will heap praises on them and let people know this is how they deal with problems. Simple.



Offline CortinaD


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What do the pre-pickup damage inspection and delivery damage inspection sheets say?



Offline eewink


  • Joined: Oct 2009

  • Drives: Holden
  • Location: Australia
It would have made a nice drive too.  :)

Yeah I should have thought of that. Driving it along the cost would have been superb.



Offline TomE


  • Joined: Aug 2010

  • Location: ADL
What do the pre-pickup damage inspection and delivery damage inspection sheets say?

Did you have to sign off on the vehicle when you took delivery?
"There's too many self-Indulgent wieners in this city with too much bloody money! Now, if I was driving a 1967 275 GTB four-cam... "



Offline eewink


  • Joined: Oct 2009

  • Drives: Holden
  • Location: Australia
OK some progress.

I chased CEVA today.

They agreed to look at the damage on Thursday and will decide from there. So far so good.

I will post the outcome of the assessment.

Ee Win



Offline TEZZA

  • Those Frenchies seek him everywhere

  • Joined: Oct 2011

  • Drives: No matter what it is I am still lusting after something better.
  • Location: In a sunny place
Yeah I should have thought of that. Driving it along the cost would have been superb.



Hell you should have emailed me.
I would have flown to Melb and driven the thing down for you (over about a week) via Perth!

 :D :D :D



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