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PostSubject: Re: Repaint   Fri Feb 10, 2017 10:23 pm

I want to get my 1996 riviera painted
can any one tell me how much is it going to cost me
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PostSubject: Repaint   Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:26 am

firefighter wrote:
I want to get my 1996 riviera painted
can any one tell me how much is it going to cost me


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The original paint on our cars tends to crack, and that means the entire car needs to be stripped. Figure 10,000.00 for a nice job. I had mine painted for half that, but it was a friend of a friend. I don't ever expect a deal like that ever again. It took 6 weeks. He used my car as fill in work for when his guys were idle, and that is why it took so long, I didn't care.

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PostSubject: Re: Repaint   Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:07 pm

Larry
Thank you for the info
I will be able do some comparing

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PostSubject: Re: Repaint   Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:51 pm


Firefighter[/quote]


The original paint on our cars tends to crack, and that means the entire car needs to be stripped.  Figure 10,000.00 for a nice job.  I had mine painted for half that, but it was a friend of a friend.  I don't ever expect a deal like that ever again.  It took 6 weeks.  He used my car as fill in work for when his guys were idle, and that is why it took so long, I didn't care.[/quote]

I thought mine was the only one. All vertical surfaces on mine are cracked. It was a real bummer when it happened. I figured it was from years of baking in the NC and TX sun then coming to the cold winter of Wisconsin.
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