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Old 02-15-2009, 07:27 PM
nitinbud nitinbud is offline
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Default How much it might cost to touch up a 2 inch patch on the front bumper on a...

...R350 at the Mercedes dealership? Can you tell me how much should I expect to spend? I scraped it while parking it in my driveway with my other SUV. there are no cracks or anything, just paint that's coming off on a probably two inch wide patch.
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They'll prep and paint the WHOLE bumper.

$300.00
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Old 02-15-2009, 07:28 PM
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You should talk with the Used car/pre owned car manager.I was a lot attendant at a dealership,and we had a guy who would touch-up the bumpers on our cars.Most likely,this would be the cheaper route,the color would be matched to the paint code,and only you and he would know the difference.The paint shop will feather down , or smooth the hard lines of the scratch,then paint the bumper.
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