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|2nd March 2007, 00:36||#31|
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Amu I think it can be repaired... only the front part of the fender where the blinkers sit looks a bit suspect. It looks like the metal has broken. If that is so it may need to be weld. But even that is possible without much visible effect.
By the way, I am curious. How is it that the front is so badly damaged and yet there is not much damage to the front bumper on that side? Looks like the tree had a bulge/protuberance that hit the upper part of the car...
Edit: Just noticed that the exposed interiors of the engine bay is showing signs of rust formation. Give the car a rust-proof treatment before it ruins the metal surfaces...
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|2nd March 2007, 03:11||#32|
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|2nd March 2007, 10:30||#33|
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I live in Aundh, Pune and I have a similar newly acquired fender bender on my Baleno. Any recommendations on where I can get the repair job done? I prefer someone who does it quickly and also ensures that the paint match (Metallic Beam blue ) !!
|11th March 2007, 17:56||#35|
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It's repaired now... Fitted a new fender. It looks perfect, and brand-new now. Fender + Painting + Headlight assembly + Parking light assembly = Rs. 3900
Quite an expensive phone call..
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