[DML] Re: Rear fascia on Ebay
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[DML] Re: Rear fascia on Ebay

A paint job is $100 maybe if you are equipped to do it yourself. I've 
priced it a couple of times at body shops and they generally want more 
like $3-500 for anything other than a quick respray. Local labor rates 
my vary. Even original facias often have several layers of paint on 
them and need to be stripped and leveled for a quality job. Masking the 
gray/black is difficult to do correctly (depending on how picky you 

Main point is - if you are not painting it yourself be sure to get a 
real painting quote first. 
Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Nathan Sobieralski" <valleyrat12@...> 
> I noticed when this auction first came up a while ago and it seemed 
> that no one was interested. If I recall correctly someone bid and 
> have backed out because it was up for auction again.  ---

 Anyway, I figured that the big problem 
> with fascias was distortion and shrinkage not paint. So in the end if 
> I have to spend another $100 on a paint job I will have a brand new 
> $1000 part for $500. Thoughts??
> Nathan
> 2277

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