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When a truck arrives at Gamache, the chief mechanic begins with a complete one-hour mechanical inspection that meets Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec standards. The inspection report will list components that are too worn or defective, which we will replace with new parts or used parts in good condition.

It’s then the body shop team’s turn. They can spend 40 to 150 hours transforming a truck, or getting her all dolled up, as we say.

The truck is washed and de-greased. The chassis and wheels are sandblasted to remove rust. We strip down the cab and apply an epoxy primer and urethane paint.

The final touch? Thorough cleaning of the interior, wash the windows and, of course, polish the wheels!

Beautiful, no?

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