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kevin2
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kevin2 Oct 28, 3:08am - #56201 
2000 White Toyota Celica
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full paint job?

I know this question is asked already but Im not clear on it yet. My question is how much will it cost me to paint my Celica a deep orange color and fix all the dint on it??? If its a reasonable price I may save up and do it this summer. Just gave me an estimate on it please. Thanx guys!!!

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Evan Oct 28, 3:47am - #56202 

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So many factors can cause the price to fluctuate, among them: cost of the paint, quality of the paint, the shop doing the work, etc.

Best thing to do is get a bunch of quotes from shops in your area. Then you'll know what kind of range you're dealing with.

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VeilSide2K2GT Oct 28, 4:14am - #56203 
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All depends on who does it and what type of paint you use... I'm having my car resurfaced (all dents removed & rear wiper /antena shaved)and repainted the stock color again for $2,500. Like everyone said though get an estimate in your area.
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kevin2 Oct 28, 4:43am - #56204 
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My car is white now and I want to repaint it orange. Will changing my car color be a big difference in price as of stock color????

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chameleon Oct 28, 4:34pm - #56205 

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It is going to cost a considerable amount more than just a stock color repaint because the body shop is going to have to paint the door jambs, inside the hatch/trunk, and engine compartment. Because of this, there is a lot more labor involved with a color change vs re-painting the car the factory color.
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