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justinschmidt1

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well I recently removed my rear spoiler and im left with 4 holes and paint missing around the holes..my question is how much would a body shop cost to blend/paint something like this?...
 
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it varies...why not just drop by one, and get an estimate?
 

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2slo95fiveoh said:
either that or see if the GTS came in your paint color, and try and find a wingless trunklid on ebay or something

or find a local v6 that wants a wing and trade str8 up.
 

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i got mine from a junkyard for $60, it was cool too cause i never thought i'd be able to fine one that was opal frost
 
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well...thats the problem..my car is not factory color...and I dont really know what color it is...can anyone help me find the color code?...it doesnt match sonic blue perfectly...how much would a place charge to repaint a trunk lid??\
 

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well first you need to go to your local paint shop and match up your color to their color charts (they should have a book with tons of colors
on little squares) a body shop will need this code in order to make you a quote on your repaint job, because the price of the job
depends on the price of paint.. brand of paint... etc...
 
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you can get your paint code off the vin plate inside the drivers side door jam.
 

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If its not the factory color like I'm understanding from your statement then the factory paint code will not help at all. Like everyone else said you'd be better off just taking it to a paint shop and getting an estimate. Their free so theres no harm in checking into it.
 
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BOS-94-003 said:
If its not the factory color like I'm understanding from your statement then the factory paint code will not help at all. Like everyone else said you'd be better off just taking it to a paint shop and getting an estimate. Their free so theres no harm in checking into it.
sorry I re read the thread, I forgot it wasnt a factory color.
 

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Yeah,

best thing is to go to a shop and get an estimate for the paint and to fill the holes. But remember you get what you pay for, so dont go to cheap or it will look like crap.
 

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