To be considered for the Porsche Certification standard, our staff of repair technicians and managers, had to be ASE Certified, Porsche Structural Certified, and I-Car Platinum Certified – the highest recognition available from I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Repair, demonstrating their commitment to staying up-to-date on current vehicle technologies, construction materials, and repair techniques.

Kilkeary’s Porsche Approved Collision Repair Center

Founded in 1981 by William Kilkeary, the company is located in North Strabane Township, PA. During the first year, the shop employed only two technicians and operated from a garage space of about 900 square feet. Most jobs revolved around rust repair and touch up work

Now William’s son, Tim runs the company along with his brother Keith who’s the Lead painter. The shop is staffed with over 20 certified technicians and customer service personnel. The workspace is also over 20,000 square feet and can handle around 250 repairs per month.

Today, Kilkeary’s Auto Body Inc. has evolved into a full-service auto collision shop that handles all high-quality car service and repair needs.

Why Choose Kilkeary’s Porsche Approved Collision Repair Center

Porsche vehicles have earned the reputation of providing one of the most exciting driving experiences known to automobile enthusiasts. But when your Porsche vehicle is involved in a collision, only the most exacting repair and reconstructive techniques and materials can assure that your “Porsche Perfect” driving experience is not diminished.

The Porsche Approved Collision Center Program responds to this need. The program encompasses a network of factory-approved collision facilities, each trained and equipped to provide collision services that match the quality of your Porsche automobile.

Assuring Porsche’s high standards of performance and quality requires skilled and trained professionals who adhere strictly to Porsche restoration procedures. Porsche Approved Collision Centers commit to these procedures, and to the use of genuine Porsche parts, materials, tools and equipment. Porsche Approved Collision Centers are also continuously supported and monitored by factory technical personnel.