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April 15, 2016, 10:38 PM #0

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Hey guys,

My GT-Four got written off and now I have an MR2 Turbo.

The car has some aesthetic damages to the fiberglass lip and side skirts. I did some research on doing it myself but just wanted to know if I were to have this done at a shop or from someone who does this on the side, what kind of pricing I'd be looking at.

I know there are some cracking on the paint, but I'm mainly only looking at repairing the portions that are completely cracked. The front lip is Plasti Dipped.

http://imgur.com/a/wsHOm

There's the album there, the last pic I'm not sure if it's just the paint that is cracked or not.

If anyone is in the know, does this seem like a lot of work to do?

Any opinions or advice helps!

Thanks guys!

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    April 16, 2016, 04:48 PM #1

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    Originally posted by HeenFung
    Hey guys,

    My GT-Four got written off and now I have an MR2 Turbo.

    The car has some aesthetic damages to the fiberglass lip and side skirts. I did some research on doing it myself but just wanted to know if I were to have this done at a shop or from someone who does this on the side, what kind of pricing I'd be looking at.

    I know there are some cracking on the paint, but I'm mainly only looking at repairing the portions that are completely cracked. The front lip is Plasti Dipped.

    http://imgur.com/a/wsHOm

    There's the album there, the last pic I'm not sure if it's just the paint that is cracked or not.

    If anyone is in the know, does this seem like a lot of work to do?

    Any opinions or advice helps!

    Thanks guys!
    Fiberglass is a pain in the ass to deal with only for the fact that it itches like crazy. I work at interior autobody @1369 border street if you wish to bring your car by to get the repair work done.
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      April 17, 2016, 11:17 AM #2

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      Do it yourself, I repaired my splitters with fiberglass with 0 experience and to worked out fine.
      Also, do you have anything left from your gt four to sell ? Haha
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        April 17, 2016, 08:33 PM #3

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        Originally posted by jordisonjr
        Also, do you have anything left from your gt four to sell ? Haha
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