Porsche Certified Collision Center in Oklahoma City

Porsche Collision Repair in Oklahoma City

Porsche Collision Repair at Bob Moore Collision

As a Porsche-approved collision center, you can trust Bob Moore Collision with your Porsche. If the unthinkable happens and your Porsche is damaged, it's important to know that you can trust Bob Moore Collision to restore it to its former glory. 

What It Means to Be Porsche Approved

Not every collision center is approved by Porsche to work on one of the most elite automotive brands in the world. The Porsche Approved Collision Center Program ensures that only the best centers get this opportunity. The collision facility is factory approved and each technician is trained to handle collision services equal to the quality of your Porsche vehicle.

The equipment used must also meet strict standards. The technicians are highly skilled and trained in Porsche restoration procedures. The collision center must commit to maintaining these procedures to be Porsche approved. 

The technicians use only genuine Porsche parts and materials with special tools and equipment. To ensure every job is completed to meet and exceed the customer's expectations, Bob Moore Collision Center is supported and monitored by special factory personnel. 

Lightweight Bodies and Bodyshell Repair

Porsche has followed the lightweight bodyshell concept from its first model. It has always been a critical part of every Porsche vehicle. The use of the lightweight bodyshell provides a reduced weight to improve driving dynamics from acceleration to braking. The result is a maximum driving pleasure for the driver.

Porsche's innovation never stops with each new model being just a little different from its predecessor. For instance, the latest 911 model has about 14 percent less weight than the previous model due to a lighter bodyshell. The new design creates complex procedures for repair that continue to evolve and change with the vehicles. The new technology being used means that all bodyshell repairs for Porsche vehicles cannot be performed anywhere other than a Porsche Approved Collision Center.

Multi-material bodies must be measured digitally with a low tolerance. Bonding and riveting are replacing welding as the top assembly method. The new 911 uses 50 percent fewer welds while increasing to over 2000 rivets.

Along with comprehensive training for the technicians, Porsche requires a thorough documentation process to ensure the quality of the repair. Training programs provide knowledge of new methods of assembly and diagnostic procedures. The repair shops are fitted with thermostats while all equipment is modern and can be used with defined processes.

Trust Bob Moore Collision for Repairs to Your Porsche

Whether you are driving a Porsche Cayenne or bought your first Porsche 911, you want to know that it will continue to maintain its value without a scratch on it. If you should find any damage anywhere on your Porsche or be involved in a collision, you can contact us for estimates and repairs.

Give us a call or stop by Bob Moore Collision Center to have your Porsche repaired and look like new again. As your Porsche Approved Collision Center, you can rely on our expertise and dedication to your satisfaction.