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Old 22 Nov 2013, 02:25 pm
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Default Miscellaneous body damage

I'm kind of wanting to DIY all this if at all possible, but I'd like some advice on the damages if I may so request for your humble opinions. :3


Here we have a cloudy headlight. I'm not sure how to really..clean it, per se, I suppose. Below is the other one for comparison.





And here....

As you can see, front bumper had a hitch go into it pretty lightly. Bar replacing the bumper, I'm curious of the best way to make this look cosmetically acceptable. o.O


Here...
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Dent on the drivers side above the rear quarter panel. Coming from inside the car to try to pop it out, I can't quite get to it. The dent is about...5 inches below the hole where the rear speaker goes.


Here..

little scratch. Buff it out and paint over it? Not sure the best course of action.

and finally...

This is on the spoiler. I don't even know what the [expletive] this is. -__-


Thanks for your time, everyone!
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