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Old 05-12-2002, 10:59 PM   #16
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Save MACCO for domestic cars. Don't expose your baby to that!
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Old 05-29-2002, 04:37 PM   #17
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Originally posted by vodomagoo
maco is crap tue crap, i know a kid who brought his celica there(rice true rice by the way) and it took them like 4 paint jobs to get it right and they never sanded the car down lol it felt like sand paper. my car has been in the shop for 4+ weeks now and its comming along realy well. the car is 99.5% body filler free, the 1 rust area (license plate lights cracked) was remove and new metal was put in and antenna hole is shaved. the car will be out soon, good things take time.
The worst thing you can do is go with a place that has "kids" working there.. When a bolt went through my tire i took my car back up to the store i bought them from, tire mag, and he had some kid fill it... ****er put marks all over it.
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Old 06-15-2002, 06:02 PM   #18
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well, I would probably never have any major work done at maaco, but i did have them paint a few things for me...

they painted a left front fender, new front bumper cover, and a nose panel for me. they just painted the new parts for me, no body work, no install and I don't see anything wrong with the job.

paints matches perfectly, is perfectly applied, and done quickly at a fair price.

anyways, that was my experience. not everyone has the money do get the best for thier car, and you have to be able to justify spending that much on a car whose total value may not actually be that much.
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Old 06-16-2002, 01:10 PM   #19
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Ya, 1800 or up is a lot for a dishwasher to shell out, I don't know how long ill have the car (could be a pro and con)

but who knows Ill figure something out

I need to think of a color tho..
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