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Rob Scott - Painter Butler Collision Center

Rob Scott – Painter, Butler Collision Repair

Butler Collision Center in Ashland, OR

Whether  you need help repairing dents and dings from a minor fender bender, replacing panels from larger accidents, refurbishing a vehicle to its former glory, or building from scratch, Butler Collision center has you covered! We service all makes and models, work with all insurance carriers and can handle all parts of a claim.  Each member of our team has more than 20 years experience (for a combined total of more than 180-years!) and is I-CAR Platinum Certified.   Our shop is one of only two in the Rogue Valley to be I-CAR Gold Certified.  We have the knowledge and machinery to repair everything from a Kia Forte to a Ford F-650.

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Larry Moss – Completing a damage report.

We work on all makes and models, with all insurance companies, and will supply you with a rental car. Butler Automotive has been serving Medford and Ashland for more than 38 years. We have a fantastic reputation and take great pride in our work.
Give us a call today at 541-482-2521.

Toyota Prius - Body Repair

Toyota Prius – Body Repair

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A true Gold class Auto Body Repair Shop.

Butler Collision center in Ashland is a leader in Southern Oregon compared to other body shops in that we have a number of OEM Collision & Body Repair Certifications, as well as industry certifications. What does that mean for your car? Every make and model vehicle is different in the repair procedure, by having the Factory certifications that means we no only have the factory parts to repair your vehicle but we also have the training as well as the machinery the factory uses. All of our technicians are I-Car Platinum certified which means they continue their education every year learning new body repair icar-certsprocedures. We hold our shop at a very high standard and we believe that not only our work reflects so, but so does our certifications & achievements.

 

*Some insurance companies attempt to steer clients in a particular direction saying they won’t guarantee work done by anyone else.  But all that matters is that the collision center guarantees its work.   You want to choose a repair center because of what it can do, not which insurance company it’s affiliated with.  Butler Auto’s Collision Repair and Body Shop works well with all carriers and guarantees all workmanship of covered repairs performed by Butler to meet auto repair standards for as long as you own your vehicle.

Butler Collision Center

We're here for you when your car's at its worst. We will handle every aspect of the repair process and make it as easy for you as we can.

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

Posted by mmocabee on Apr 24, 2014

Welcome to our work space. Our state-of-the-art equipment includes large laser-guided frame racks used to make sure your frame is as perfectly aligned as it was the day it left the factory. We also use technologically advanced paint that’s not only environmentally friendly but looks better than other...

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2013 Mustang hit by a big rig on I-5

2013 Mustang hit by a big rig on I-5

Posted by mmocabee on Apr 9, 2014

“2013 Mustang hit by a big rig on I-5. Body work done at Butler Ford. Super happy with the repair in the Body shop. I can’t even tell anything ever happened to the car. The paint work was superb!” – – Chris W., March 2014...

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’67 Mustang Shelby Tribute Car

’67 Mustang Shelby Tribute Car

Posted by Shannon Young on Mar 26, 2014

What do dangling out of a helicopter with a camera and a building a tribute car have in common?  Both require intense focus, knowledge, and skill.  That’s why videographer and pilot Shawn Adams turned to the body shop at Butler Automotive Group to transform his stock 1967 Ford Mustang convertible into a 1967 Shelby Mustang Tribute car. Only one authentic ’67 Shelby convertible exists.  Widely acknowledged as the rarest race car in the world, the original belonged to legendary racecar driver, racing team owner, engineer and entrepreneur Carroll Shelby who died in Spring of 2012 at the age of 89.  While Shelby manufactured a 1968 convertible, the ’67 drop top never went into production.  But that couldn’t keep it from becoming the object of many a teenager’s obsession, including Shawn’s.  So, what’s the appeal?  “That you never see them around,” he says.   “I’ve always liked the look of the ’67 but that model didn’t come in a convertible.  It all comes down to the hood and nose.  The front end defines that car.” So, in Fall of 2011 Shawn turned to Butler Automotive Group for help making a Shelby out of his stock 1967 Ford Mustang convertible.  He knew Butler, under the watchful eye and skilled hand of Body Shop Manager Guy Fowler, had restored three classic cars already and that Guy, having been part owner in a Camaro building shop in San Jose, had years of experience under his belt.  In his spare time Guy, along with body shop technician Thad Grogan, and painters George Dunphy and Rob Scott, dismantled Shawn’s car and began the painstaking process of...

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