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Old 10-20-2009, 10:21 PM
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panel craft headlight restoration

if you guys live in california near the bay area and have hazy headlights check this shop. Panel Craft located at 2828 san pablo ave. berkeley, ca 94702. saw them on craigslist their ad said that if you dont like it you wont pay. came in today with my hazed and oxidized headlights and came out there smiling i can finally see the bulbs inside my headlight. took about an hour charged $40. the work is clean
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:25 PM
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Re: panel craft headlight restoration

Sorry to break it to you bro, but most of us just wet sand our headlights ourselves(well, ok I had to buy new headlight, mine were f'ed waaay too much but whatever lol), unless they are REALLY bad...

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Re: panel craft headlight restoration

yea you can DIY for.... the cost of the kit haha.
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:39 PM
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Re: panel craft headlight restoration

ive tot about doing it myself but its just that if i mess up im gonna shell out $300 for new ones at the dealership its $40 and like i said if you dont like it you dont have to pay so i felt i had nothing to lose. ill post some pics tomorow i tried to take a pic before i went there but just my luck the bat on my camera died but i can find some old pics of my car that will show the headlight
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