Bucks car dealers, auto repair shops swamped with work after flood

Jimmy Daniels, who owns Lynch Collision Center in Bristol Borough, waited a month for a new airbag he ordered to fix a Mustang at his shop.

It’s just one of the auto parts that his and other repair shops have had to wait on, due to the shortage of new cars, used cars and car parts since the COVID pandemic struck automotive manufacturing facilities here and abroad.

“Yes, we’re having a very hard time getting parts,” Daniels said.

But last week, his towing business really grew.  

Jimmy Daniels, owner of Lynch Collision Center in Bristol, shows muddy water still in the trunk of one of the vehicles his business towed from a flooded street a week after the July 12 flood subsided in the borough.

The 6- to 10-inches of rain that fell on Bensalem, Bristol Borough and Bristol Township on July 12 dumped water into low-lying areas that flooded quickly. The damage all that water wrought on approximately 780 families and their homes also flooded a multitude of vehicles. 

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