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FiestaMk4

Respray.... How much am i looking at ?

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would any one be able to give an idea on how much i would be looking at for a full respray on my 1997 fiesta.

thanks

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It depends on the place really, probly around 300 quid.

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For a full respray i would have thought more than £300.

I know i lad i used to know had to have his golf redone and that was nearer £1000.

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Full respray for £300?????

Whee to i'll book all my cars in every 6 months!!!!!

Most people for a goodish job you will have to be looking around the £1000 pound mark.

Unless you got a mate in the know (wink wink)

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It cost me £300 for a wing and a few scratches to be resprayed! would like to think wot it would be for a full repspray

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It cost me £300 for a wing and a few scratches to be resprayed! would like to think wot it would be for a full repspray

A few scratches???? lol. I saw the state of it, was a little more than a few scratches maid lol

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Sounds interesting.... where are these photos :unsure:

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It was a few scratches after the wing was repaired lol ! I'll add pics in a bit when i've found them :) *never finds them*

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LOL. Not surprised with the thrashing you gave that poor thing.

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Oh i thought ye ment just for scratches an that a full respray wud cost around 1000 most probly id just t-cut it an c how it looks if its really bad get a respray if u can afford it.

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'LOL. Not surprised with the thrashing you gave that poor thing.'

Hahahaha tht wasnt a thrashing!

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Hahahaha tht wasnt a thrashing!

Pop over to my place and i'll show you a good thrashing ;)

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You know you couldnt keep up with me :P

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Thats what i heard but i'll be well up for the challenge darling lol

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Your always to busy eatin bacon sandwich's to thrash me, hahaha

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I can multitask. Thrash you, slap you, burrow in you lol etc etc and eat a bacon sarnie at the same time lol

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Would you two like us lot to step outside for half an hour ..... leave you alone :unsure:

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Nah, 15 minutes will be fine lol

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That quick?? I'm sp[eedy but I like things to last

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Get in, get out job done lol

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Thrashing isnt a job its a adrenaline rush, back to subject i wojld deffinatly say £1000 for a full respray

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Yea min £1000 for a goodish job

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Ok thanks very much.....

you lot sorta went off bit of the subject haha...

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