So you’ve managed to drive that golf ball a little too far… Now you have a massive dent on the hood of that vintage Porsche 911 Turbo you decided would be a great idea to take to the country club.

What do you do now?

With a car like that, you want to preserve the original panels as much as possible without having to do too much restorative work on it. After all, vintage Porches are like fine wine, the older they get, the better (and the more valuable they get). Certainly, this repair will be detrimental to the value of the car… the Bondo, the re-paint, the blending…. It won’t be cheap either. Is there a better way to repair this damage?

In comes PDR. PDR, or Paintless Dent Repair, is a more conservative approach to fixing dents. Using specialized tools like dent rods and blending hammers, a certified technician will gently massage a dent back into its original shape, often in a matter of minutes, restoring the look of your car. No fillers. No Paint. No Blending!

PDR can be a lifesaver for your damaged vehicle. Because it’s so conservative in its methodology, it doesn’t damage the existing paint on your vehicle. The approach to fixing the dent also makes it so fillers aren’t needed. At the end of the day, you can walk out of a PDR repair facility with the damage to your vehicle repaired on the same day, often paying less than your deductible.

In fact, PDR is such a great method of dent repair that it’s often the preferred way to repair dents by insurance companies.

Take the possibility of a bad Bondo job ruining the looks of your car out of the equation. PDR is the right way to repair that vintage Porsche back to its original state without ruining its value. The traditional method of repairing dents is detrimental to the car and more expensive. It’s just not convenient to repair it that way, even more so when you consider how long it takes.

Now, don’t leave the repair to just anyone, a bad PDR job is just as bad as a horrible Bondo job!

How much will the repair cost? Its all dependant on the location, size, and depth of the dent. We would love to give you an estimate on your golf ball dent. We would love to repair your car and get it back to the factory shape! We are even willing to come to you!

Our goal at Dent Detail Paintless Dent Removal is to fix your car smoothly, efficiently, and with grace for you. We want to answer any questions, and if this did not, please give us a ring. We want you to understand the process, pricing, and value we are bringing to your repair. We are conveniently located at Unit 46, Centurion Industrial Estate, Centurion Way, Leyland, PR25 4GU, United Kingdom. We would love to serve you. Please give us a call if you have any questions we haven’t answered here.