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Old 06-10-2012, 02:34 PM   #1
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Anybody know how much it would cost to completely repaint my car Ford black?
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Between 2-4k for a regular finish, or around 7k if you want a show car finish.
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Between 2-4k for a regular finish, or around 7k if you want a show car finish.
So like my paint now is the stock Vista Blue Mettalic
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So like my paint now is the stock Vista Blue Mettalic
Honestly I think your paint color looks awesome it sorta looks like my car
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Honestly I think your paint color looks awesome it sorta looks like my car
Thanks, I just really like the blackout look!
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I'm going to be repainting mine next year I think
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Old 06-15-2012, 02:40 AM   #7
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Im not sure about this but you might want to check out your car warranty and your insurance before you paint your car a different color because your VIN# has all of your car info in it. If you want to paint your car a totally different color they might be a little stickler about it.
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Im not sure about this but you might want to check out your car warranty and your insurance before you paint your car a different color because your VIN# has all of your car info in it. If you want to paint your car a totally different color they might be a little stickler about it.
What like it'd be covered under the warranty?
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What like it'd be covered under the warranty?
No, he is saying it might void the warranty because your vin color is designated in your vin, so there may be a little roadblock right there... Idk if this is true but that's what he was trying to say.
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Re: Paintjob

the best choice for a newer car is to sell it and buy a black one

paint jobs can cost a ton (especially the cheap ones!) so you get what you pay for. I would say a factory level paint job (not great not bad just normal) would probably run 3-4k to do it all and do it right, maybe more~

for a better custom job more car show level 7-10k or more~ just depends on what you do.

Its a Big hassle I would avoid it
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the best choice for a newer car is to sell it and buy a black one

paint jobs can cost a ton (especially the cheap ones!) so you get what you pay for. I would say a factory level paint job (not great not bad just normal) would probably run 3-4k to do it all and do it right, maybe more~

for a better custom job more car show level 7-10k or more~ just depends on what you do.

Its a Big hassle I would avoid it
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No, he is saying it might void the warranty because your vin color is designated in your vin, so there may be a little roadblock right there... Idk if this is true but that's what he was trying to say.
Yeah what Soccer said hahahahaha. It was like 2am when I wrote that sorry if I wasn't clear hahahaha
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You don't need a paint job, check this video out!

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That's freaking awesome
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You don't need a paint job, check this video out!

That's sick!
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^ that's pretty impressive. Not sure if I'd want to do it tho.
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Re: Paintjob

unless you are going for a 100% show car paint job, you are better off selling it and buying a black car. If you like the dark, black out look, just remove your strips and get tint for the lights and black wheels.
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Could always key your own car and claim insurance! Lol
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Could always key your own car and claim insurance! Lol
Ohhhhh you so bad hahahahahaha
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You don't need a paint job, check this video out!

WOW that is pretty badass!
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