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any bmw parts/junkyard/websites?

im looking for a new trunk lid for my car. already painted please. anyone know of good places to look?
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nah all i could find were black ones
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Finding it in your color is the same as me finding a Estoril Blue Z3 Coup.. nearly impossible. Get it painted, won't cost you your pants

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true... any junkyard that would have your trunk lid, it would be scratched up and dented and what not, since they don't care about it...

it would have to be re-painted...

why might i ask, do u need a new trunk

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i tried to debadge my car and messed up the paint a little bit in the process. just the back though
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so why don't u just get it sanded down, and re sprayed... any body shop will charge you like 50 bucks... TOPS!

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so why don't u just get it sanded down, and re sprayed... any body shop will charge you like 50 bucks... TOPS!
Yes, what he ^^ said

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i tried to debadge my car and messed up the paint a little bit in the process. just the back though
How bad is it? Have you tried buffing or polishing compound? Maybe it can be cleaned up.

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How bad is it? Have you tried buffing or polishing compound? Maybe it can be cleaned up.

no, its bad. it's only in a little area where the 318 badge was. i tried to use a putty knife to peel some of the residue off. yes, i heated it up with a heat gun first too. they are deep scratches though and you can see the bare metal. i know they couldnt be buffed out or anything, theyd need more paint. so since then i got a hamann sticker on ebay and stuck it over top to cover it up since i thought it would be expensive to get the trunk painted. a bit ricey but it gets the job done. id still prefer the clean debadged look though.


if i can get it doen for 50 thats great though. ill check it out
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first off what the heck colour is your car.

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graysilver metallic i think its called
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