That stuf looks pretty good to me, especially for the price. I mean, you can get OEM stuff from bavauto, but I am not sure I would be too concerned about a trunk spoiler being to-notch. It is not like bumper components, which need to be strong or else they shatter into pieces.
Yeah, true. I worked at a body shop last year... its not difficult, but by the time i get the supplies i need, it will probably cost the same, and it would be and inconvience, plus im screwed if i mess it up. Does the stealer have the touch-up spray cans... if they do whould that be enough paint u think?
that site looks pretty decent... and i disagree about the oem only... there are some wings out there that look decent as long as its not... well one of the airplane wings aka rice wings... and im pretty sure the stealers have oem paint... if not, heres a site that i know has it, and its the real deal, not just some guess... http://www.paintscratch.com/
^^ About paint: I wouldn't suggest DIY. I am just curious about how much a shop would charge. In my particular case, I am thnking of getting my hood refinished, and need a new nose panel and fender, so it may end up cheaper for me to just add a spoiler.
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