Trevose, PA, March14, 2014 – CollisionMax, an auto body and glass repair company with 11 shops in the Delaware Valley, will bring two classic cars to the Northeast Rod and Custom Car Show in Oaks, PA next week. The event is being held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, March 21 through 23.
Richard Brigidi, a CollisionMax founding partner, will be showing his rare 1966 Oldsmobile 442 convertible, one of only 240 manufactured. Red with a white top, the car was named Hemmings Muscle Machine Magazine’s 2009 Muscle Machine of the year. Pat Beavers, CollisionMax’s chief operating officer, will be showing his “resto-mod”, red 1957 Chevy Bel Air coupe.
For more information about the show, please visit http://www.northeastcustomcarshow.com/information.html.
Last year, CollisionMax restored “Minerva,” WMMR-FM DJ Pierre Robert’s 1972 Volkswagen Bus, which will also be on exhibit at the show. CollisionMax is also the sponsor of the Metal of Honor Project, which has given free auto body repairs to 10 U.S. military veterans as the company’s way of thanking and honoring them for their service.
CollisionMax is seeking nominations from the public in the Northeast Philadelphia area for its 11th Metal of Honor winner. To nominate a veteran, go to www.MetalofHonorProject.com by Friday, March 21. The winner will be announced in the first week of April.
In New Jersey, CollisionMax operates shops in Blackwood, Cinnaminson, Glassboro, Marlton, Pennsauken, Sicklerville and Westmont. In Pennsylvania, it has repair centers in Oxford Valley, Warminster and two in Northeast Philadelphia (both on West Grant Avenue). Its GlassMax business operates throughout the Delaware Valley. For more information about CollisionMax and GlassMax, please visit http://collisionmax.wpengine.com.