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Do you live in Berlin, Cedar Brook or Clementon, NJ? CollisionMax can serve all your auto body repair needs with a body shop in Sicklerville, NJ. We’re right on Sicklerville Road (Rt 705) just off the Atlantic City Expressway (Rt 42). That means expert collision repair is just a few minutes away from your front door. Sure, there are other Sicklerville 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 Sicklerville, NJ location.

Areas we service:

Berlin | Clementon | Grenloch | Hammonton | Sewell | Williamstown

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CollisionMax of Sicklerville

Sicklerville
2781 Sicklerville Road
Sicklerville, NJ 08081

(856) 227-0100

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

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Facility License #:
03322A

Mon – Fri   8:00-5:30
Sat   9:00-12:00 – by appt.
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Did you know?

Sicklerville, a section of Winslow Township in Camden County, NJ, takes its name from a German family who emigrated in 1754 and changed their name from “Ziegler” to “Sickler.” John Sickler, one of three brothers, credited with being the town’s first resident when he built a home in a thick forests and started a logging business. As the land was cleared of tress, the community’s main business changed from logging to farming.

In 1872, the town’s first railroad station was built, bearing the name “Sicklertown”. But when Paul Sickler, a descendant of the original Sicklers, opened the town’s first post office in his general store in 1874, the sign out front said “Sicklerville”. As a result, the town was known by both names for a number of years. The Sicklerville zip code also covers residents in neighboring Gloucester and Washington townships.