Contact Michael J’s Body Shop in San Jose
An auto accident or collision doesn’t need to slow you down or cause you stress—if you need auto body repair in San Jose, Michael J’s Body Shop offers collision repair, dent repair, auto detail work, and auto body paint services. Call us today at 408-279-2070 to find out more about our state-of-the-art body shop and auto collision center.
Michael J’s Auto Body
Hours of Operations
Monday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
*Almaden location will be closed on Saturdays
Michael J’s Body Shop, Almaden Road, San Jose, CA, USA
Michael J’s Body Shop, North 4th Street, San Jose, CA, USA
Michael J’s Body Shop, West Taylor Street, San Jose, CA, USA
From Mountain View, take CA-237 E to US-101 S toward San Jose. Exit for CA-87/Guadalupe Pkwy. and continue on CA-87 S to the exit for Taylor St. Stay right at the fork as you exit, following signs for Taylor St. W. Continue on W Taylor St., veering slightly right just after you cross Coleman Ave. to find us on your right.
From Los Gatos, take CA-17 N to San Jose, then keep left to continue on I-880 W. Exit for Coleman Ave. toward Mineta San José International Airport and turn left onto Coleman Ave. In half a mile, turn right onto W Taylor St., then veer slightly right to find Michael J’s Body Shop on your right in 213 feet.
San Jose Public Resources
San Jose was originally inhabited by the Ohlone Native Americans; Europeans first arrived in 1769, establishing a series of missions around which a farming community began to grow. San Jose fell under Spanish and later Mexican rule, prior to California’s acquisition by the United States in 1846; it became the state’s second incorporated city in 1850.
Once an agricultural area, it is now the largest city in Silicon Valley and the third largest city in the state of California. San Jose is home to a population of more than one million; it also houses numerous parks, gardens, and historical or notable buildings, including the Lick Observatory and the Plaza de César Chávez.