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 Post subject: repairing paint work?
Posted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:19 pm 
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yes ive search already, just wondering if anyone knows a way i can easily DIY repair my paint work, i want to know if theirs any magic DIY secrets before i go down the path of professional repair. As im a full time uni student with a crappy paying job and would struggle to afford a expensive paint repair.
As for the reason why i need to repair my paint, some a***hole coward most likely a young s**t head (p plate and 1 valve cap were also nicked) decided to run a key so deep into my rear passenger quarter panel that its actually scratched the metal. what ive done for now is put a rust converter into the deepest scratches so i don't get rust appearing.

 

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 Post subject: Re: repairing paint work?
Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:56 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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got a couple of quotes for the main section of damage and that was $800 bucks alone!!!! im gonna claim it on insurance and get them to do all the spots that were done in the same night.
word of warning to you guys.
DONT PARK AT CASTLE HILL RSL!!!!!! bastards didn't give a s**t and wouldn't even review the security footage in an attempt to help me find out who keyed my car

 

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Visual mods: 19" rim, lower grill mesh, oil pressure and vacuum gauges, engine bay lighting, foot well lights
some of my main mods

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