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      07-14-2013, 10:13 PM   #4
mdosu
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Drives: Double Vanos'd Civic-M3
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about $700-$1000 for the bumper.

1. Take off bumper
2. mold
3. sand down
4. respray
5. some OEM parts like sensors may need replaced
6. reinstall

I'm not sure about the fender, but it would be a similar process. If they want to take it off, then basically, also $700-$1000 for the fender.

Sorry about your luck man, but take it to the right shop, who can match the paint perfectly, you do not want a shitty paint job. Also, it all depends on how much your dealer will deduct from you for this. It might be worth paying the insurance deductible to get this fixed. I mean, seriously no effort at all right? Drop off at the shop of choice, then pick up in a week.


Did the wheel damage occur in the same accident?

Last edited by mdosu; 07-14-2013 at 10:19 PM.