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Old 06-18-2009, 03:24 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SpawnAeroJohn View Post
Which is way better than purchasing a new one because it will match better because instead of repainting the whole bumper which most people know the chance of a perfect match is 1 in 10 or less. Refinishing the current one would just consist of painting the damaged area, blending it with the rest of the paint, and clear coating the entire bumper.

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Sometimes you just get lucky (or in this case I picked the best shop in town). Just got my car back an hour ago. New nose, new hood, new paint. They did a great job IMO..

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