Chances are you’ve read plenty of posts about leaves changing color, potential storms, and colder air. All blogs are not created equal. For that reason, we are going to give you something a little different this month.
In Philadelphia, sports reign supreme. We know that. This is our home. We are proud to service NE Philly. We love the fact that we’ve been the preferred auto body shop in Philadelphia for years (and will remain so for many more to come).
But let’s be real; it wouldn’t be possible without you. The customer ALWAYS comes first. We are big phans of our clients (yes, we really just did the cliche’ “ph” instead of “f”.) We consider everybody who walks through our doors to be family (phamily?).
Sorry about that. As you can see; all blogs are not created equal. So let’s get creative. Let’s think outside the [gear] box.
Philly loves football. We love Philly. It only makes sense to combine cars and athletes to give a unique angle to the kickoff of the NFL season this September.
Here are three NFL athletes if they were cars:
1 – Peyton Manning – Tesla Model S – What do last year’s Super Bowl-winning quarterback and an electric car have in common? They are both smart, efficient, and durable. Peyton Manning is known for his incredible career, and Tesla (who is relatively new to the game) has similar aspirations down the road.
1a – Eli Manning – 1995 Volvo 940 Wagon – Since Peyton is retired, we had to include the “next best thing.” His little bro. We know. They both have two Super Bowl rings, but Eli will never be in the same category as his brother (especially if you ask any Philadelphian). Although Eli is an underrated quarterback, we had to take a cheap shot here (no offense Volvo, but this hatchback wagon is not easy on the eyes – kinda like Eli).
2 – Adrian Peterson – Ford Mustang – Pure American power. Strong, fast, and built to change speeds in a matter of seconds. Although Mustangs had a few dark years with questionable designs and specifications, the Ford Mustang (similar to Adrian Peterson) is back on track and going strong.
Hopefully your car is running as good as Peterson this year, but if you need any Philadelphia auto repair, let us know. Also, let us know if you liked this concept and we will continue doing this throughout the season for you. We thought a change of pace (no-huddle offense) would be good for our fans. Before you blitz our inbox, just know – we did this for you and we hope you enjoyed it!
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