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Old 11-12-2012, 06:59 AM   #12941
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Unless you have money to burn then you can do whatever. But that scratch on the side is a 300 dollar repair and that's a lot for a high school/ college student with a part time job
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:45 AM   #12942
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Unless you have money to burn then you can do whatever. But that scratch on the side is a 300 dollar repair and that's a lot for a high school/ college student with a part time job
That would cost me about 20 bucks hahaha
It's kinda nice knowing how to do body work
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:58 AM   #12943
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That would cost me about 20 bucks hahaha
It's kinda nice knowing how to do body work
Labor maybe but u wouldn't get materials for under 20 bucks. Sand paper, tape, paper, paint, clear coat, bondo and preferably some blender agent.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:32 AM   #12944
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Ight bro what's the plans for her? Are you a chrome guy? If not a ptm grille surround and mirror caps would be the first thing I'd do.
She's the way I want it. Maybe some tires and rims with a slight lift later down the road but pretty much good to go. Oh and yes I love chrome.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:50 AM   #12945
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That would cost me about 20 bucks hahaha
It's kinda nice knowing how to do body work
Well yeah for the scratch part. But you can't tell in the pic but there's a big dent and the whole scratched part is actually dented in. So now when I drive it sounds like my door ain't shut all the way. It'll take a lot more than sand paper and bondo. And this price was from my best friends stepdad who manages a body shop
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Well yeah for the scratch part. But you can't tell in the pic but there's a big dent and the whole scratched part is actually dented in. So now when I drive it sounds like my door ain't shut all the way. It'll take a lot more than sand paper and bondo. And this price was from my best friends stepdad who manages a body shop
Of course u hear wind lol I can see the rocker panel pushed in. 300 bucks is a good deal. I went through a 2 year course for body work. The rocker could be done right are wrong right being remove and replace are you could pull and beat on it and bondo it but that would be wrong cheaper but wrong. The doors would be an easy fix. The rocker panel is where your damage is. I was just stating to the guy that i dont believe he couldn't fix it for under 20 bucks including the materials it Would take to just paint the area.
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Show'em Off!!! Post up 97-03 trucks!-image-1359438185.jpg
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Ooh don't do that!! Your truck's gonna fall apart. God forbid you get a little mud on a set of mud tires.
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Ooh don't do that!! Your truck's gonna fall apart. God forbid you get a little mud on a set of mud tires.
Hahaha!
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Dried up mud hole tried flexing it..

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I ain't a fan if the light bar from this angle the lights look funny...
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