Those were the one done on DY's car, and totally different in every way. Much more detail, and it was filled in where the 'GTO' is at.speed_demon_fre said:Someone wanted $400 before. $75 isnt to bad.
I would like to see this also. I wouldnt mind paying the 75 bucks for a professional job, but do not want to have to purchase new ones if I dont like it.gpeck5 said:
$75.00 is not a bad price at all. I'm in the autobody business and to color code these to match your car the materials alone are close to $50.00 never mind the labor. 1 pint of automotive paint depending on the color avarages around $35.00 to $55.00 per pint. Then add the reducers,surface prep etc and the price of $75.00 sounds really fair. It is very doubtfull that anyone that does this with a $1.99 can of spray paint will get a color match never mind a professional finish. (Just my $0.02 worth.)gpeck5 said: