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Old 07-03-2004, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The other day I had a little "accident" with my bmw 323i. Being a little to close to the curb, the bottom side panel got scratched. The bottom side panel on one side seems a little lose, while on the bottom its scratched pretty good. What I was wondering is if anyone would know how much something like this may cost to fix. I know everywhere I go will probably give me a different estimate, but I was just wondering what a fair price would be for this. Thank you all for your time.
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How bad are the scratches? If you can buff them out yourself, thats the best thing to do. If you need a pro to do it, it would probably run about 50-100. If it is a repaint issue, then your looking at about $500 for a great job with OE paint. $350 or so for a decent job, and probaly 100 or so at a a macco or earl schieb.

As for it being loose, there are bolt underneath or behind it that you should be able to tighten yourself to get it affixed propperly.
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the scratches arent too severe, but it will require a paint job to fix it up. since its almost on the underside of the car i may just take it to maaco to get it done. thank you for the quick response
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