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Old 08-01-2004, 03:32 AM   #1
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anyone who could help me replace my front bumper and both side panels in north alabama that would do it for cheap, im 17 working at domihoes not making enough to get it done professionally reply or im me aim suprchrgdbonz
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...working at domihoes...
Hahahaha!

Nice name variation... funnier if it was an accident! That'* even better than those commercial car lots that I like to call "stealerships".
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You should be capable of doing it yourself, the two front fenders and the bumper are bolted on so no cutting or welding.
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i dont have time between school, work, football, and other stuff i dont have the time to fix it myself, and a note to anyone, dont ever work for dominos cause they suck and dont pay well at all
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How bad is the damage? If it'* drivable, you can fix it.
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i dont have time between school, work, football, and other stuff i dont have the time to fix it myself, and a note to anyone, dont ever work for dominos cause they suck and dont pay well at all
It wouldn't take that long to fix. You could fix it relatively cheap. Get the parts from a boneyard and you are back in business.
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