I broke my poor car last WED. I was driving home from work in the snow, and spun off the road into a fire hydrant. I hate snow. I'm not driving in it anymore.
Anyway... I have a good sized dent in my side panel. Spacifically at 10:00 from the center of the rear driver's side wheel. I have been given bids from around $2000, to $2500 to fix it. Being a college student... I can't really afford that, but I can't leave my Cougar like that... Its just wrong!
If i can get a look at it in person. I may be able to take a little of it out with my hammer and dolly.It can be fixed but i would need a pro spot witch at this time i don't have access to.I am still looking for a autobody job here in kc.If i were still at school i could fix it there. I can tell you that price sounds fair. you could call salina area votech where i went they do work for free labor just parts but it might be tough to get it in this year. They tend to have a long waiting list. call and ask for charlie nelson he was my body instructor. I just finished this october.
that is correct but i can take a little of it out with a dolly maybe. but i need to see it in person.It would make it look a little better until you can correctly fix it witch looks like a new quarter panel but like i said before i need to see it in person and me being in kc i can come and look at it if you want.
"Booyah". Stu Scott.
1996 Braincoated, all Aluminum PI powered and obscenely loud Pearl White Tbird [email protected] AKA Dyrdek.
2013 Black on black FX2 Supercrew Ecoboost F150. Roll onto the scene with the ceiling missing.