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Do you live in Medford, Voorhees or Cherry Hill, NJ? CollisionMax can serve all your auto body repair needs with a body shop in Marlton, NJ. We’re right on Main Street near where Routes 73 and 70 meet. That means expert collision repair is just a few minutes away from your front door. Sure, there are other Marlton auto body shops, but they can’t match our commitment to the highest quality workmanship or our friendly and courteous service.

If your vehicle has been damaged, call us for fast and high-quality auto body repair service at our Marlton, NJ location.

Areas we service:

Cherry Hill | Atco | Berlin | Voorhees | Mount Laurel | Medford | Vincentown | West Berlin

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CollisionMax of Marlton

Marlton
22 West Main Street
Marlton, NJ 08053

(856) 983-1313

Customers trust the friendly staff and skilled auto body technicians at CollisionMax of Marlton to get their vehicle back to pre-accident condition while staying informed the whole time.

4.70 out of 5 based on 580 ratings

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Facility License #:
00075A

Mon – Fri   8:00-5:30
Sat   9:00-12:00 – by appt.
Keith Smith’s Towing
856-983-7921
Enterprise
Rent-A-Car
Marlton
856-751-7272

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Did you know?

Marlton, an unincorporated section of Evesham Township in Burlington County, was founded by English and Welsh and English farmers in 1676. Its original name was “Evesham,” taken from a village near Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. Incorporated in 1688 as one of Burlington County’s original 13 townships, it will celebrate 325 years of history 2013.

Marlton’s name first appeared in the early 19th century, after the discovery of marl clay in the area. The substance is used by farmers to enrich their soil. The discovery boosted the town’s economy and caused its first building boom in the 1830s and 1840s.