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Saiph
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Saiph Jan 25, 2:43am - #450985 
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Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
Any way to make this look better/replaced..?

I really want to put some mods on my car, but this dent is making me hesitant about it. Personally I think it's too bad and not worth putting money into it.
The lady that owned my car before me got t-boned and it's technically totaled since the dent is worth more than the car so not looking to get someone to fix it.
Is there any way I can get a replacement rear quarter panel or something to make it look better?
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MrEdd Mar 21, 4:03am - #451098 
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bradenton, Florida
i don't know how much experience you have with body work but the best option is going to a junk yard and cutting that section off a car and replacing it completly. from this angle i doubt any body shop will try saving the fender. i would look for a smaller family owned body shop to get the work done in my experience they are more willing to work with you and they also do a good job. also remember your car is at least 11-12 years old if you haven't already replaced the timing chain then you might just want to save up and get a newer one with less miles and swap the mods you have already done.

defiantly check out your local junk yards the ones near me have a good dozen of the early celicas
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