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That's a good idea, just the back bumper on the Dacia needs a re-spray and that's only because I'm OCD. It doesn't actually NEED anything. But I've seen their work. I dunno, its good. Labor rates over here are comically low compared to the USA. It's not even like 1/4 the price labor wise.With the cost of good quality paint nowadays, I don't see how that is possible...
Maybe you should start by letting them respray the bumpers on your Dacia first.
Seemed normal when I drove it.are French cars as entertaining as they were back in the day? Drove a Pegault (sp?) that had the light switch on a stalk to the left of the steering wheel. Try to indicate a left turn and it would really turn off your headlights. Yeah I know it was operator error.
It was never this clean back in America lol. I literally cleaned it 100% inside and out right before it was shipped and I only got those rims redone like 10 days before it left. I was SUPER paranoid about the rims getting borked since the clear wasn't going to be fully hardened till like... well now... but they are flawless. That wheel repair shop in NJ was crazy omg good.Is is just my imagination or does that car look a whole lot cooler than it ever did back in America?
Nice to hear that it arrived in good shape. A collective sigh or relief for everyone here.