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OOOPS! MINI Damage-Recommend painter?

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Hey gang.

While jacking up the car in the garage, the jack tipped over and gouged my lower panel on the drivers side. 

Do we have a paint vendor that fixes this sort of thing? Looking for recommendations. I’ve already got one estimate for a place in Sterling that was highly regarded. I already have on order the black trim that goes below the painted panel.

Any help is appreciated!

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-Steve 

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We don't have a paint vendor. I know @Edge was happy with the body shop he used for Mr OEM. I actually took Tigger to Dale at Hampton roads Maaco because he's so cheap and they do decent work.

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9 hours ago, TGGRRR (Ali) said:

We don't have a paint vendor. I know @Edge was happy with the body shop he used for Mr OEM. I actually took Tigger to Dale at Hampton roads Maaco because he's so cheap and they do decent work.

The place @Edge used was D&V autobody in Sterling. Michael has used them as well and they do great work. They are NOT cheap, but you get what you pay for. 

When Gretchen was rear-ended, I took her to Poolesville Autobody and they did a great job. It was very reasonable (not that I cared, the at-fault insurance picked up the tab). A full bumper repaint was $400 and took about 3 days. 

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