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Old 04-30-2010, 01:19 AM   #19
golf_234
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Originally Posted by NOVAbimmer View Post
the paint will come out a lot better, in general, if all the shop is doing is blending within the front edge of the original panel, rather than spraying an entire fender, at which point they'll want to blend into the door, including de-trim time for it. Replacing the fender, in the end, will cost a lot more than you think.
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