Reilly's
3901 Us Highway 1 Monmouth Junction, New Jersey 08852

Phone: (732) 297-7100

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About Us

Your automobile is most likely one of your largest single investments. If you've had the misfortune of having an accident, you don't want to leave your vehicle in the hands of just any "body man". Reilly's If you're shopping for a quality collision repair center, you don't need to be a collision repair expert to know what to look for. You may want to watch for certain features which indicate that a business takes pride in the service it performs.

Reilly’s parking area is  neat and clearly marked, with ample parking space for customers and insurance company representatives.

Reilly’s office is clean and well organized with a restroom and a comfortable seating area for customers. Employees in our office are clean, neatly dressed and unconditionally courteous.

The Shop

The shop is well organized and well equipped with state of the art frame repair equipment. Our modern collision center is now equipped with digital measuring systems which combine computer and sonar technology to measure and pinpoint damage in your vehicle's frame and structure.

Walter Reilly

Reilly’s Collision originally opened up for business in 1975 by Walter Reilly. Mr. Reilly grew up in Kendall Park where as his family moved to Kendall Park in 1957. Mr. Reilly attended the South Brunswick school system and graduated from South Brunswick High School in 1969. Reilly's When opened Mr. Reilly was 24 years old at the time and the original shop went by the name of R&L Collision Service and was located on Route 27 in Kendall Park directly across from what was then known as the Franklin Park Inn. (the name was later changed to Chauncy's Pub and was recently demolished by what appears to be an accident) it was located behind the Sunoco station across the street. The business was incorporated in 1976 and grew rapidly. In 1984 Mr. Reilly purchased the land, where the shop is currently located and opened the new location in 1988. The name was changed to Reilly's Collision Center. Reilly’s Collision originally opened up for business in 1975 by Walter Reilly. Mr. Reilly grew up in Kendall Park where as his family moved to Kendall Park in 1957. Mr. Reilly attended the South Brunswick school system and graduated from South Brunswick High School in 1969. When opened Mr. Reilly was 24 years old at the time and the original shop went by the name of R&L Collision Service and was located on Route 27 in Kendall Park directly across from what was then known as the Franklin Park Inn. (the name was later changed to Chauncy's Pub and was recently demolished by what appears to be an accident) it was located behind the Sunoco station across the street. The business was incorporated in 1976 and grew rapidly. Reilly's In 1984 Mr. Reilly purchased the land, where the shop is currently located and opened the new location in 1988. The name was changed to Reilly's Collision Center. The business continued to grow and in 1998 Reilly’s went through a major renovation and expansion which doubled the size of the facility. Reilly's has been a 24 hour police towing service since 1975 and at one time had 7 tow trucks and did light, medium and heavy duty towing and recovery for various municipal, county and state agencies. In the past 30 years, Reilly’s has grown to be one of the largest collision repair facilities in central New Jersey. Their fleet of kelly green, white and orange recovery vehicles can be noticed without any mistake. The shop is one of the best and modern equipped shops in the tri-county area. The body shop, which started out with Mr. Reilly as the only employee now has 10 full time and 2 part time employees and sometimes operates two shifts when the business dictates. They are dedicated to full customer satisfaction and their reputation for this precedes them. Reilly’s prides themselves on their integrity and now boasts third generation customers. Mr. Reilly's daughter Allison came on board in 2000 and ran the business office until 2008 when she left to have her first child, John Patrick O'Neill. So we are also on our third generation as well.

Check out the rest of our web site and feel free to Walter with any questions or concerns you might have. Remember, your car is usually the second largest investment most people will ever make. (unless you are into helicopters, private planes or summer homes) But most of our customers are not.

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