615, 609 Avenida Barbosa, San Juan, 00915, Puerto Rico

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Maranta B said 4 years ago
Buen servicio al cliente, rapidez y buenos resultados!! Recomendado 💯
Luis E Campos said 4 years ago
El mejor taller del área metro. David su dueño y su staff de trabajo super responsables. La pintura queda mejor que de fábrica. Acabados de gran calidad pintura en horno sin contaminates. En fin aquí protejes tu inversión.
Black Slick Entertainment said 4 years ago
Muchos no conocen sobre este lugar y su ubicacion. Pero aqui estan activos en su trabajo. Actualmente horario normal todos los dias.
Gilberto Cruz said 4 years ago
Son profesionales
José Cedeño said 4 years ago

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