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Old 04-28-2003, 12:37 AM
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Is correct- preparation, the work before the painting is 95% of a good paint job. Ask to see their work. Receive in writing exactly what you are going to receive for your money.

Remember, anyone can paint a car. There if is a great difference between what is promised and what is received, you have the wrong shop.

No plastic or fillers only metal. Ask them if they lead? That is what the factory used to use.

BTW, the best results are when you do not change the color of the car.

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