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Old 06-16-2009, 10:03 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Chevyrocker View Post
Judging by the width and depth you described, touch up paint will not suffice. It will have to be sanded, primed and re-sprayed to look new again...sorry 'bout your luck.
I was thinking that would be the case. Have any idea how much something like this should cost...it's probably something they can do in a day I would think, right?

I'll definitely pay more to have a the dealer take care of this, and have it done right though!
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