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Old 03-08-2011, 06:45 PM
jmk jmk is offline
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The last comments are totally true if the coating is actually OEM. A lot of cars have repainted areas, and some of the jobs are not as good as others.

I still would avoid MAACO. If you are worried about fine scratch details, you could run into a major problem with their jobs. It is just a fact of life that you cannot have a quality job at the prices they charge. What they charge for a completed job wouldn't get you materials with a higher quality paint, let alone labor.
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