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Post by viv1 on Sun Jan 20, 2013 8:30 pm

Hi everyone, I have unfortunately had to book my Vivanti into Crossleys coachwork repairs at Leyland in a months time for repairs to a side panel which has historical damp due to a faulty window rubber, does anybody have any experience of their work just to put my mind at rest!!
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Post by Dutto on Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:24 am

Hi there,

I don't have any personal experiences but as they've been on the go since 1969 they must be doing something right! up!

I suggest you check out their website on:

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It looks quite reassuring, especially as they are currently looking to recruit new staff.

Best regards,
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Post by Silver Slurper on Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:53 pm

I used Crossleys last year after a wall jumped out as I was reversing. Fortunately the insurance covered the £5,000 repair. I was very pleased with the workmanship, timescale and the polite and helpful staff that I dealt with. I would recommend them to anyone, so I hope you recieve as good a service as I did.
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