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    I have been sick the last few days so the wife has had the car, came out of the garage this morning and near dropped my tea when I noticed this





    and on a lighter side, our new kittens



    So, how do i fix it and how much will it sting?

    many thanks to all in advance

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    That low down, i'd either just get it smart repaired ( around £90 ) or do a spot of DIY with some VX colour match aerosol paints after rubbing it down and plastic priming it..

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    http://www.quickedivorce.co.uk/ and about half of everything you own!

    Would be gutted to see that done to mine. Has it gone down to the primer?

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    Ouch...!!! a smart repair would probally be your best bet...
    Last edited by Big-Pete; 13th December 2007 at 19:43.

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    lol...
    If you get stuck i just happen to have an SRI NAV XP in star silver with front parking sensors sitting in the garage....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gallag View Post



    and on a lighter side, our new kittens



    So, how do i fix it and how much will it sting?

    many thanks to all in advance
    Take them to the vets, a small injection, large scalpel, a steady hand and a few stitches. How much will it sting? about £40 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsi3.2 View Post
    That low down, i'd either just get it smart repaired ( around £90 ) or do a spot of DIY with some VX colour match aerosol paints after rubbing it down and plastic priming it..
    I like the sound of a smart repair, Anyone know where would do it in N.I?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flaninacupboard View Post
    http://www.quickedivorce.co.uk/ and about half of everything you own!

    Would be gutted to see that done to mine. Has it gone down to the primer?
    I am only staying with her for the kittens mate not that mad really, when I first got the car i guessed this would happen, painted that low to the ground is asking for it lol

    Also it has went right into the plastic

    Quote Originally Posted by Big-Pete View Post
    lol...
    If you get stuck i just happen to have an SRI NAV XP in star silver with front parking sensors sitting in the garage....
    Will you carry it over and fit it for me, For free of course? Just out of intrest though, is that bit that got hit seprate from the main bumper? and if so how much do they cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTi View Post
    Take them to the vets, a small injection, large scalpel, a steady hand and a few stitches. How much will it sting? about £40 each.
    Hardcore kitten modding? They will be getting de-badged as soon a possible though.

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    they're bonded on, so not really up for a quick repair...

    try 'chipsaway', they should have a N.I. franchisee, so it'd be gone for £90 in a day..

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    Pic 1 ooh !
    pic 2 ooooooh !
    pic 3 Aaaaaaaaaaaaah !
    pic 4 ? Wife with nose bleed ?






    Only kidding, its good for moral !


    Have consideration for the deaf, if you're gunna fart, make it smell !


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