RiverRaider

Any Auto Body Guys Here? What’s This Gonna Cost?

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8 mins ago, RiverRaider said:

Wind related driveway damage (deck box had a good running start in the driveway ) 

 

just curious... ball park? 

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Find a shop that does PDR (paintless dent repair). I'll bet you could get that fixed for $500 or less. Don't go through insurance. #1; it's less than your deductible. #2; no points lost. #3; nothing comes up in a Carfax report in the future. 

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3 mins ago, ByronPA said:

Why? I mean why would you ever admit to being a man who owns a kia soul?

FIFY

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call dent wizard.

20 years ago I worked for a place that always had them in.  (dealers used our property to take their cars to have dent wizzed)

Was amazed at the results.  

The dude called himself a metal masseuse. 

 

That one looks like a breeze to them 

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6 mins ago, ByronPA said:

Why? I mean why would you even bother getting something like that fixed?

Just to clarify, I didn't mean the vehicle when I said "something like that", I'd never bust on what someone else drives..

But really, what's that little dent hurting?

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Just now, scoobydoo said:

call dent wizard.

20 years ago I worked for a place that always had them in.  (dealers used our property to take their cars to have dent wizzed)

Was amazed at the results.  

The dude called himself a metal masseuse. 

 

That one looks like a breeze to them 


No painting involved I take it... not my car BTW 

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1 min ago, ByronPA said:

Just to clarify, I didn't mean the vehicle when I said "something like that", I'd never bust on what someone else drives..

But really, what's that little dent hurting?

I might... it’s a chicks car, which works out well as it’s my wife’s 

 

my car I’d not bother but hers is new

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7 mins ago, ByronPA said:

Just to clarify, I didn't mean the vehicle when I said "something like that", I'd never bust on what someone else drives..

But really, what's that little dent hurting?

My heap, a 2005 Suburban, has a pretty big dent in the driver's side door. It was there when I bought it.

 

A month or two ago, some clown stopped me on the street while I was driving. "Hey, man, I work at a Maaco! We can fix that dent real cheap!"

 

I told him I like it that way. It's only cosmetic, and it's just a car -- who cares?

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My wife drives a 2018 Kia Soul. I dig it. :th:

 

And she likes it too. She's better, because she's gonna be driving it for the nedt 10 years. I'm a drive-'em-into-the-ground kinda guy.

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1 min ago, Belmo said:

My heap, a 2005 Suburban, has a pretty big dent in the driver's side door. It was there when I bought it.

 

A month or two ago, some clown stopped me on the street while I was driving. "Hey, man, I work at a Maaco! We can fix that dent real cheap!"

 

I told him I like it that way. It's only cosmetic, and it's just a car -- who cares?

They do sunroofs? 

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Just now, RiverRaider said:

They do sunroofs? 

Zing!

 

That was the old Suburban, you dullard. The sunroof in the new Suburban works fine.

 

For now. :D

 

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New carb for 100 bucks will have it as good as new.

 

or just drive thru a mud puddle and don't wash it so nobody will ever see it.

Edited by Gotcow?

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