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Old 01-22-2010, 11:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Repairing Dents and Repainting

Each of the corners of my front fenders are dented. For some reason, those dented front corners bug the crap out of me in a way that the other battlescars around the body don't.

What is the most cost-effective way to fix them? Can a body shop just pound them back into shape and then match the paint? Sammy fenders seem pretty cheap and readily available. Am I better of just having new fenders painted and swapped in?

Also, my paint is marginal and a new paint job will probably be needed fairly soon. Any of you have any thoughts on how I should approach this and how much money is needed for a quality job?

I'm not trying to create a show car, but I would like a quality paint job done in a way that will be as tough and durable as possible.

Any and all thoughts, experiences or observations would be most appreciated.

Thanks,
Bruce
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