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Banged up quarter panel : (

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Soo someone *cough cough* wont say who decided to borrow the whip. Unfortunately the patio they decided to back into wasnt too kind to my poor drivers side quarter. Anyways I'm not overt pissed yet... Before I take it to a bodyshop and get my *** handed to me because I'm not to familiar with body work what is the proper way to repair the damage in the pics. I really don't want them dropping a few pounds of filler and calling it a day, my guess would that they should straighten it out by hand and then maybe a light skin of filler ? And while we're at it anyone have a GOOD bodyshop rec for NYC or around here ? THANKS IN ADVANCE !!!!I



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Might just you take it to your dealer and let them advise you. Most don't do paint and body but they'll have some one they use that they have experience with. Definitely want a shop familiar with high end cars. When they're done you'll never know it was dented but you might remember how much it cost you to get it fixed. Insurance even pays you for being stupid but don't ask me how I know. :)

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Performance Auto Bod y on Long Island (Bellmore, NY) does excellent work and stands behind their work. Especially helpful when it comes to a perfect color match (although your car is black, so that is not as crucial).

From personal experience, I can also tell you that they are very good at dealing with insurance companies.

Regards, Maurice.

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