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Old 05-26-2009, 10:17 PM
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Body Work for my lude.

Hey guys. How much can i expect to pay for all the body work to be done to my car? I just need some panels done... Because I don't want to bondo. Eww

Rusted through here. Would need to get that fixed. I assume he would cut away where the rust is and put some new sheet metal in there.


Here, its a little bit dented and bent. Also started to rust.



How many hours would you think it would take to do this?

Also, how much can i expect to pay to get it sprayed white? I just need it done on the outside, and the sills where it would be visible. Not in the engine bay or anything though ( that will come when the engine is out for the swap )
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Re: Body Work for my lude.

well i talked to a local custom shop and he told me that i was looking at about 500 per side to replace the rusty part of my pannels and roughly 1200 to shoot it with the factory sebring silver not including any "other" repair his exact words were are you planning on keeping this car?
i answered yea its staying mine as long as possible
his reply was then take it to a shop that you trust and stay away from maaco type
so im saving up for my new paint and yea im gonna take it to the shop i went to
southside customz in massillon
i liked the cleanliness in his shop
i would like to get it two-tone with the original sebring and a shade of blue.....
good luck with the repairs and look around to find someone you can trust
and dont skimp just to get some fresh paint save up and get what you want
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please dont use bondo
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