A collage of a the before and after of a Jeep we painted.

We are very excited to see the results of this paint job.  Heidi, the owner, had a wonderful idea for a flat military green paint job and we were able to execute her vision flawlessly.  Thank you Heidi, not only for the work but also the pizza's from Great American Pizza Company, they were delicious.

Your car may have dents. Those dents may have come from a hail storm or a run in with a shopping cart (the shopping cart won) and you’re faced with a decision: do I repair those dents or do I let them slide? 
There are several considerations you must make before deciding whether or not to repair car dents. 
First and foremost, what is your stance on vehicle appearance? Do you plan on re-selling your vehicle any time soon? Did the hail damage or door ding break through your paint sealant? If so, repairing the dents is the first step you should take for rust prevention.
A Worst-Case Scenario for Car Dents
If a dent fractures your car’s paint sealant, that compromises the exterior of your car and makes it susceptible to rusting and corrosion over time. This process can occur rather quickly if your car is exposed to the elements, including precipitation, sunshine and salt left on the roads before after and during a winter weather event. If you live near an ocean, the salt water in the air can speed up the process of corrosion.
Rust is like a bad rash for your vehicle. It may start with one little dent, and work its way through the body of your vehicle, compromising its appearance while significantly decreasing vehicle value. Rust can also spread to the inner working parts of your vehicle, eating away at valuable components.
The Most Likely Scenario – Decreased Vehicle Resale Value
Appraisers and car buyers alike take dings and dents seriously.
It’s why dealerships offer huge discounts when their lot is flooded with hail damaged vehicles following a large storm. 
It’s the difference between getting top dollar for your trade in and having to settle for, in some cases, thousands of dollars less. 
Dings and dents are a big deal for the automotive resale industry, and those in the market for used cars alike. A vehicle’s appearance inside and out is almost as important as its mechanical condition on the open market. Vehicle resale value can take a huge hit just because of a few dents.


Making these improvements before trading in your vehicle can in many cases, fetch you more than just your money back. 
You want to keep your vehicle looking its best and you want to protect your investment from a financial standpoint. Paintless Dent Removal, done earlier rather than later, is one of the best ways to protect your investment and preserve vehicle resale value. 

It is important to remember that appearance is a large factor in determining trade-in value, so at some point, it may be beneficial to repair car dents before a dealership charges you double on your trade to do it themselves later.

When you have your vehicle repaired at Anderson's, you're using Ashland's favorite.

Come check out the inner workings and process of our work through our gratutitous Instagram account.  Follow us for constant updates and great photos.


That's right, Anderson Auto Body's tow truck is going to be at the home Raider football games this year, too!  Last year we were happy to let the SOU band use our tow truck for all their half time shows.  We had many customers come in telling us that they had seen our truck during the half time show, and we really enjoyed the exposure it gave us!  When we were approached this fall to see if we would like to be involved this year as well, we didn't hesitate to say yes. 

Here's the link to view the  Raider schedule:

Get out there and support your RAIDERS!!  They are having a really exciting season so far.  And, let us know if you see our truck!!!


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A few months back, Angie Christianson of Rogue Valley Community Television interviewed Dave Anderson, the owner of Anderson Auto Body & Paint, asking him questions of his journey to the states.  What was originally going to be one 1/2 hour segment, turned into 2 segments, as Angie realized there was a great story to hear of one mans dedications, dreams, and accomplishments.  Please take a moment to watch these two videos.  If you have had the pleasure of meeting Dave, or even if you've never met him, I am sure you will enjoy the messages therein.

Escape From Romania: Part 1

Escape From Romania: Part 2


We are a busy shop.  We work on a lot of cars, and need to order a ton of parts...hence we have a pretty consistent supply of cardboard boxes.  Hannah Sohl picked up on that, Photo: Special thanks to Dave and Galina from Anderson Auto Body & Paint, who have proven themselves the best cardboard hookup of the week! This is our fav page on their site: has been stopping by our shop over the last couple of weeks, filling up her Subaru with carboard from our recycle bin.  The cardboard is being collected for a community project designed by Camila Throndike and Hannah Sohl called Rogue Community Climate Art Action.  The cardboard gathered is being cut into small tiles cut in the shape of simple houses to bring home the message that climate change will impact our local community.  The tiles are being decorated by members of the community, and represent what is loved about the Rogue Valley, and what they worry will be affected by climate change.  The tiles (estimated at 1,000 plus) will be assembled into a large salmon and displayed in the Porters Restaurant and Bar parking lot and 147 N. Front St. in Medford on Feb. 17 at 2:30 pm.  Sohl and Thorndike believe that art and social media are powerful tools to address important issues such as climate change, and we definitely agree.  To find out more about this community event, and to learn how you can get involved check out their facebook page, Rogue Climate Art, or watch their interview on Channel 5, viewable now on YouTube.  We are glad that we could contribute in some way for this "out of the box" community event used to raise awareness on climate change and how it will affect our local community.  Hope to see you all there in the Porters parking lot on Feb. 17!

If anybody needs any cardboard, come and get it.  We recycle all the paper and cardboard that comes through the shop, and would gladly give it up to anybody who needs it!

Getting in an accident hurts...your wallet, your car and your body!! Body4Body

Everyone needs a massage, especially after it's been jolted around in a crash. Hence we are announcing "BODY WORK FOR BODY WORK"!!! The Blue Giraffe Day Spa Salon & Anderson Auto Body have teamed up, providing a free one hour massage to a LUCKY customer of Anderson's EVERY month. At the end of each month during 2013 we will draw the name of one of our customers... and that customer will be treated to 60 minutes of pure bliss. For more details give us a call 541.488.3635. Take care...of your car, and your body with Anderson's and the Blue Giraffe Day Spa Salon.

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Anderson Auto Body
1383 Hwy 99 N.
Ashland, OR 97520
Ph: (541) 488-3635


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