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need a paint job

i am out here in sacramento. my jet black e36 has got a generous amount of stone chips. touch up painting seems impracticable. can anyone recommend a reasonable priced local paint shop?
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its not really local to you but, you can try

Pilipinas Autobody

990 N 10th St

San Jose, CA 95112

(408) 288-5899

They did most of are cars on are team. Great paint jobs (we took 2nd hottest team at 2008 HIN) and prices are reasonable.

just mention Patrick from Aerogear sent you.
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