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    My BRZ kissed a concrete pillar

    Hey guys, as the title suggests I've clipped a pillar on the way out of my garage at 4 this morning..lack of sleep and rushing are definitely not two of the best things together.

    So I'm wondering what are my options?

    Been quoted 2.5-3k to get it fixed by an authorised repairer in Hornsby, but I'm thinking I could get the fenders fabricated instead at a cheaper cost or maybe someone has had this happen to them?

    Any advice is appreciated!



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    Might be worth calling a mobile dent repairer or just go insurance & cough up the excess.

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    My BRZ kissed a concrete pillar

    Ouch man really feel for you.

    Options are limited really. You can attempt to repair it your self with sandpaper, body filler, primer and some matching paint from supercheap. Results can be pretty good or horrid. I have fixed a few scratches myself using the above with some ok results.

    If you are looking for a pro finish @ZZT86 is right you can also try a mobile scratch repairer.

    Hope you manage to find a resolution.


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    You an use touchup paint though the result depends on how comfortable you are on using a DIY kit.

 

 

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