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Offline scud

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Getting a full respray
« on: December 02, 2014, 09:04:22 AM »
So I've decided to bite the bullet and get the old girl properly done up (thanks to ppi claim)
Trouble is I've no experience of getting spray jobs done . I've been calling firms for two weeks or more and so far managed to get two round for a solid quote . I could use some input from those of you who have had paint jobs done . The car needs New front wings , repairs to both rear arches not huge but not minor either and small repairs to the boot floor. And then a complete respray in original colour (smokestone) I have replacement bonnet and bumper etc and will do the majority of the stripping my first quote from https://autoperfection-mmx.com/ @ £3200 it's a bit more than I hoped to pay but not beyond the budget the guy was enthusiastic and spent well over An hour chatting with me and from what I see of reviews I think he will do a very good job  do you guys feel this sort of price us about right?
Additional just found out the price also covers reinforcing the drivers floor and painting the wheels



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Re: Getting a full respray
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2014, 07:31:42 AM »
Maybe you should mention your location. Maybe there are people in your aria that know a painter that can do it cheaper.

Doing stuff like welding and prep work your self will reduce the cost.
greetz Paul.

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Re: Getting a full respray
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2014, 08:10:30 AM »
Oops good point . I'm in Southampton that place I linked is 3 miles away , the price is for me doing most of the stripping of trim etc. I could do the welding but don't have the facility's and I really just want to get it done at least if I pay for it all there's some kind of guarantee

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Re: Getting a full respray
« Reply #3 on: December 03, 2014, 21:05:49 PM »
£3200
:o most of that sum is involved in getting prepared,which is the time consuming part.  It's a bit steep though. Try http://www.palingandmay.co.uk/  and http://mikepritchardmotors.co.uk/contact

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