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Discussion in 'Other Vehicles' started by yevgenievich, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. HotRodPC

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    Not only for the parts, but for the labor. I'd just submit your estimate to them expect to be paid the difference. If not, find you a buddy that works for a body shop and write you up a receipt. You have the option to do it yourself if you wish, just that there will be no warranty on your own work.
     
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    Have a friend of a friend that runs a body shop. Will check with him tomorrow. I am just looking for insurance to just pay as was already noted for the damaged parts. Radiator and headlight run for $500 each.
     
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    Well, there's labor to replace those damaged parts too so I'd include it. If your buddy runs a body shop, he can write you a hidden damage sublet to submit to the insurance co and if it appears reasonable, they probably won't even question it. That's a pretty common practice and ins cos expect it.
     
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    More or less fixed for now. Grill still dented a bit but not too noticable. Hood pulled out decently as well, just a couple of small dents where crease used to be.
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    It doesn't look eye sorish. Hopefully you got to pocket a few bucks.
     
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    It actually just about not noticable unless looking up close. Spent a total of 0$ on the repair.(plastic melting was involved)
     
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    Nice !!! Now you have some toy cash.
     

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