How much would a respray cost??

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Postby 03 20thGTI » Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:38 am

Most shops would have to see your car in person to give a good quote for a re-spray. I had some parts painted at Haws Autobody in Concord. They contract with BMW and Audi I believe. They do awsome work. Give them a call.

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Address: 1812 Arnold Industrial Pl, Concord, CA 94520
Phone: (925) 676-1944

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Postby Pennywise » Thu Nov 18, 2004 9:45 pm

do any of you guys know how much it would cost to colormatch a bumper cover? bump
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Postby JEDI 2.0 » Tue Nov 23, 2004 10:35 am

i think a bumper painted goes for about $400 or so. ..

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Postby Corrado Dude » Tue Nov 23, 2004 9:04 pm

for a bumper color match respray would usually cost 3-350. Right now is the best time to get body work done since most shops are slow and they will do anything for cheap and fast! During the holiday seasons people shy away from fixing up thier cars, unless they are an enthuiest :)

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Postby Corrado Dude » Wed Nov 24, 2004 8:47 pm

If you are really thinking of keeping cost down. I would suggest going to a vocational school that offers collison classes. You can simply sign up for the waiting list and have your car painted for free. All you do is pay for materials.

I know your thinking, i dont want a bunch of untrained kids touching my car. Well wrong. I went to CCOC in San jose for 2 years in the collison program and the paint instructor is very picky about which people to work on the car, then the best in the class usally sprays the car. The Paint they use is either PPG or Dupont and the work will come out clean.. The teacher him self is an awsome painter so if anything goes wrong he will go in and help. Hes done completes on Chevells, 59 chevy pickup and even a e46 M3 lamans series car.

After all you and the kids benifit. You get a nice paint job, and the guys get more experience.


here is the web site
http://www.metroed.net

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Postby JEDI 2.0 » Thu Nov 25, 2004 10:12 am

that's off the hook, man! ..i wana learn how to paint (autos) reall bad! ... .MauiSurf, u near 209 by chance?:excited: lol

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Postby Fiya_wagon » Wed Feb 02, 2005 9:35 pm

Originally posted by JEDI 2.0
that's off the hook, man! ..i wana learn how to paint (autos) reall bad! ... .MauiSurf, u near 209 by chance?:excited: lol


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Postby Fiya_wagon » Sun Feb 20, 2005 10:49 pm

I'm gonan be looking pretty hard into having some ROP students or that other program in SJ do my car...

I heard they do interiors too....

hmm maybe an engine rebuild hehe.

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Postby Corrado Dude » Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:06 am

if you go to the program in SJ CCOC talk to the Refinishing Teacher Nathan Chukes. Im actually pretty good friends with him If you tell him Danny Gredinberg sent you, then he can probably hook you up earlier in line...


Danny


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