|05-22-2008, 07:13 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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A good local body shop could do this for anywhere between 6 to 10,000. You will want the car sanded all the way down to the metal and new primer and paint. Other wise a scuff and shoot is way cheaper but believe me you will regret it in just a few years when the paint peels all the way back down to the bare metal. See the pics in my garage. Those black blotches are where I am having to put a product that keeps the metal protected until I can get mine redone. This car had a scuff and shoot just about 6 months before I bought it in 03. Have the job done right, don't skimp for your will regret it later.
1977 Chevrolet Impala Sedan, 305, TH200, 2.56:1, 107K miles, 37 Lifetime Warranty Parts.
1989 GMC C1500 Sierra ECSB 350, HM290, 3.08:1, 331K miles, 12 Lifetime Warranty Parts.
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