Good to hear, the last thing you want to do is find this out after they have setteled the claim.coz said:
Its funny to me how much people undervalue good bodywork. That price sounds about right.... any less, and they are cuttig corners in the place where you don't want them to. The new OEM 1/4 (If they can find one... the passenger-side 1/4 is pretty much impossible to find, and the drivers-side won't be too far behind it) costs around $800 by itself, depending on if you get the whole thing, or just a 'sectional' version, which can cost a little less. Then start doing hte math, figuring at least $65-70 per hour, and then fogure out how many hours it'll take htem to get done. It isn't a lot of hours they have to do it in, so even at that dollar figure, they'll still be rushing so that the shop makes a profit on it.jfish360 said:dang thats a expensive repair $2300 for a new quater panel and some oem clips and screws. I wouldnt take my car their if the gov't wasnt paying the bill.