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Pannel Beaters


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Hey guys,

Some Ass Clown at work has decided to go nuts with a screw driver (thats what I think it is) on my drivers side door. Its a very bad dint so I need to know if you guys know any good and cheap pannel beaters to get this problem fixed.

Im am going to go complain to my boss tommorow because this is outrageous I cant believe someone at work would do something like this. There was no dint in the morning and when im leaving work at 4:30 I see this huge dint in my door im very pissed off, I have only had the car for a little over a month.

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you might wanna tell us in what area ur looking for a panel beater.

ive heard dt panels in springvale r good.

heard the same about police rd panels (i think thats their name)

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sweet thanks arep3 the springvale place sounds good. I live in Clayton so im looking for places in the south eastern suburbs.

ive never heard any bad stuff about the work at DT. great for me as i work up the road and its right next to springie station. RE customs isnt far from there either if u need a good mechanic

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