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      10-19-2012, 01:26 AM   #9
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I guess your question is, is it worth fixing? Find a body shop that can fix it. Looks like you're in the auto industry, that shouldn't be too hard. LTMW if you're in Socal.

You're basically comparing labor to fix it vs purchasing a new one.

who's the 'she' you're referring to? it may be in her best interest to replace it, thats why she said replace it.

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