The reason I ask is because you said that red doesn't cover shit soo...I was wondering which color would actaully cover better.
Think this would work or just crack off? What about, lets say someone took a crowbar and put gouges in your wheels?
if the paint surface is still good, ask a Paintless Dent Removal dude...OConGnar said:hey shizzle, got one for ya.. this winter my hood took some damage from falling icicles (5 small dime to quarter sized dimples/dents) my question is how would a bodyshop fix them?
gongeuzler said:would this work?
kainam00 said:I have some rust starting up on the edge of the drivers side door (just surface stuff) and on the rear wheel/well some bubbling up under the paint... I can see that it's starting to show up a but under the bumper right behind the wheel well too.
Since this is relatively minor surface stuff for now, how much would you estimate it would cost to fix something like this? I don't need a top notch job, just something that will keep it from rusting more. A rough estimate on $$$ and/or hours would be awesome
ttamojom said:The other night my friend jumped/fell on my front fender, it has a nice large dent in it and the paint is peeling back from the edge where the fender meets the hood. He wanted some proof that it was him so i gave it a nice little punch to show him it didnt take that much pressure, that added another dent next to it. Would it be best just to replace the whole fender or could I get the dents pulled and painted? The car is a 2005 CGM 2.5rs wagon. I found the fender for $132 online and then it would need to be painted and installed. How much do you think painting would be? Also how hard is fender to install, it seems like its mainly a bolt on piece, or would it be best to have a body shop do it and how much would that run?
Its probably the worst day my car has ever had, woke up in the morning to a parking ticket, then saw my windshield had cracked from a chip it got a week earlier, and then the fender damage, it was an expensive day.