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01celi
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01celi Aug 23, 3:16am - #38597 
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touch up paint

i need to get some touch up paint from the dealer and i was wondering how much $$ it would cost? aprox.

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UFCELI Aug 23, 3:22am - #38598 

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$6

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01celi Aug 23, 3:29am - #38599 
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Originally Posted by UFCELI
$6
sweet! thats a lot less than i thought it was going to be, i thought it would be at least $25! thumbsup thumbsup

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shadow_hawk3000 Aug 23, 3:31am - #38600 

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Cool, I was wondering about that too. Know how much the cost would go up to fix some little paint chips on the Hood?

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UFCELI Aug 23, 3:40am - #38601 

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How little? If they are really small it would be easier to use Turtle Wax's paint chipstick and polish. Check this out...

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...;o=&fpart=1

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Elec-FuYu Aug 23, 4:54am - #38602 
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I had the "Mothers" scrap wax, works fine, but i found there will be white stuff (maybe from the spongy)...

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Speed4TheNeed Aug 23, 6:38am - #38603 

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the main thing is to make sure that your original paint job has not faded significantly. (your new paint will obviously not be faded) even if it is a very small area blending the paint in is more difficult than it seems. good luck though! post back after your done to say how it went. thumbsup
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