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Old 09-20-2006, 03:37 AM   #11
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dude, should claimed it. It wasn't like that before she hit you, hence she caused it!

I would have to see the scuffs to see if you could get them out...
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Okay clearly I made a poor decision. Too late to fix it now. But man you had to see her. Whoo, even Haro would be impressed.

Anyway here'* several pics. The bumper is not pushed forward thankfully.





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On the note of the chick being hot, that happend to a buddy of mine once and he wound up getting her number..........Fooling around with her.........THEN, knocked her up. Good thing you left.

About the scratch I would think some polishing compund would work.........
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Old 09-20-2006, 04:46 PM   #14
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Wow, by the looks of that there was some serious bumper flexin on someones part!

Ok, i'd try some rubbing compund and a good coat of wax... if the scratches are too deep i wouldn't know how to get them out but surface scratches should be fixable. Good luck man!
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Cody:
Most of the damage is fixable. I sent you a PM and I should be able to help you out. Where you see the black may be too deep to repair as that looks like the bumper itself. I hope I am wrong on that. Everything else should come out or at least be greatly diminished.
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I seriously recommend clay bar for most of the scuffed paint her car left on yours. It might take a lot of rubbing, but it works, and it'* gentle. For the other scuffs, try Meguiars ScratchX.
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