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Collision Center

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Thanks for stopping in at the J.C. Lewis Ford Savannah Collision Center. As Savannah's primary provider of premium automotive restoration services for those who have recently been involved in an accident, it is safe to say that we know a thing or two about fixing fenders, replacing windshields, popping out dents, and anything else that goes into getting your Ford car, truck, or sport utility vehicle (SUV) back in top shape.

Of course, serving as the leading name in collision repair in Savannah is about so much more than repairing vehicles in a timely manner. As the oldest Ford dealership in Georgia, we take great pride in putting you in complete control of this process from start to finish. From giving you an upfront and honest free estimate on how much your collision repair will cost to going to bat for you when the time comes to work with your insurance company, the J.C. Lewis Ford Savannah Collision Center is ready and willing to do whatever it takes to ensure that you leave with a smile on your face.

What Services Can You Expect from an I-CAR Gold Class Facility?

In terms of what equipment and services J.C. Lewis Ford Savannah offers up here at our Savannah-leading collision repair center, our team of automotive experts is pleased to inform you that we have anything needed to cover vehicle frame work, mechanical repairs, automotive paint jobs, and everything in between.


Air is drawn around your vehicle as our restoration specialists paint it, thereby ensuring a much cleaner painting experience as air exhausts through the lower floor openings.

Crisp Paint Application

By pulling the air down no matter where the painter is spraying, overspray, dust, and other problematic contaminants all stay away from the freshly applied coat of car paint.

Safer Work Environment

The unique exhausting structure of the downdraft paint booth helps provide a safer environment for our team of skilled automotive paint technicians.

Budget-Friendly for Customers

A cleaner, smoother finish helps keeps your car looking better longer, thereby reducing the need for touch-ups, restorative buffing, and other corrective applications down the road.

Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding

MIG welding utilizes an electric arc to melt and join a wire electrode and the metal of your Ford vehicle. Additionally, the welding gun emits a "shielding gas" to strengthen the bond of the weld by protecting it from outside contaminants in the air.

Squeeze Type Resistance Spot Welding (STRSW)

Heat is a major issue for the high-strength steel used by most automakers, so STRSW welding limits and controls this heat expenditure to ensure that supporting areas of the weld spot stay strong and avoid unnecessary weakening.

Aluminum Welding

Our specialists understand the difference between traditional steel welding and the intricacies of aluminum welding (higher thermal conductivity, hotter amperage, etc.), thereby adding another skill to our ever-expanding repertoire.

Silicon Bronze Welding

This type of welding conducted at our collision repair center utilizes a silicon bronze filler metal to more accurately and powerfully weld dissimilar automotive metals together, limit the impact of distortion, and overall create a more visually appealing final product.

Nitrogen Welding

From cracked bumpers to broken hinge tabs, welding with hot nitrogen gas is the leading way to restructure and repair plastic automotive parts via a strong, lasting weld. Compressed air is also used to maintain the temperature of this process and protect the integrity of the plastic components.