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Old 01 Jan 2010, 07:01 pm
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Default Should I take my car to Maaco?

Its a 1994 Honda Civic Hatchbacc. I'm a high school student. Making about $9.00 an hour. I'm not gonna pay more than a $1000.00. Does Maaco do a good job? I'm in the Phoenix area.
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Old 01 Jan 2010, 08:16 pm
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I answered your other question. $1000 is a good deal. I worked at a body shop 2 yrs. ago. And they wouldnt even think about painting a car. For less than $2000.
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Old 01 Jan 2010, 08:31 pm
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Its not a show car or anything like that, I'm sure theyll do a good enough job.
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Old 01 Jan 2010, 08:46 pm
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maaco does good work but the bad is that the paint will only last about 1-2 years b4 it starts to fade
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