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Our Blackwood, New Jersey
Auto Body Shop is Here for You!

Do you live in Runnemede, Somerdale or Glendora, NJ? CollisionMax can serve all your auto body repair needs with a body shop in Blackwood, NJ. We’re on Chews Landing (Clementon Road) Rd. right off the Black Horse Pike (Route 168). That means expert collision repair is just a few minutes away from your front door. Sure, there are other Blackwood 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 Blackwood, NJ location.

Areas we service:

Clementon | Glendora | Grenloch | Magnolia | Sewell | Somerdale | Woodbury | Barrington | Runnemede | Stratford

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Auto Body Repair in Blackwood, NJ

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CollisionMax of Blackwood

1864 Chews Landing Rd.
Blackwood, NJ 08012

(856) 228-1200

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

4.71 out of 5 based on 539 ratings

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

Blackwood is a village in Gloucester Township, Camden County, NJ. It was named after John and Samuel Blackwood, brothers who emigrated from Scotland to the area in the early 1700s. In 1750, they built a Presbyterian church in the village, making it a center for the county’s opposition to British rule.

Our shop is on Chews Landing Road, which originally terminated at a dock on Timber Creek built by Richard Chew, a Quaker farmer and miller who moved to the area from Long Island in the late 1690s. At the landing, flat-bottomed boats loaded farm and forest produce from the township and took them to market in Philadelphia.