Sometimes tech schools will do work for cost. Like at my brother's school. He figures he can paint the Cougar for a few hundred. Especially since he's in collision repair. So he'll either paint the fender and bumper and fix the rocker panels, or I'm trying to get him to paint it all. He just doesn't want to pay more to paint it all. I may buy it back and would rather have the whole thing painted, and I would be fine with paying the extra. I was saying if he painted it all, he would fix the rock chips on the hood, scratched roof, trunk lid loosing the clear coat, remove the luggage rack, fix the rocker panels and get them painted, the rear 1/4 panel that has a couple rock chips, and the passenger door that has a crease-dent in it. So hopefully he'll do that and it'll look pretty sharp. Especially since it'll only cost like $200 more.
' 07/30/82 Christian MySpace CarDomain
Celica and Chevy 1500 are sold for parts. Now I'm left with the broken Buick and my '98 Dakota.
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