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Old 02-11-2011, 05:15 PM   #1
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repair cost? (body damage)

How much would it cost to get a new front bumper, hood and taillight for a 2001 Honda accord ex? any 1 have a rough estimate
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call up pacific japanese i paid 75$ per panel(fenders, and bumpers) for a 98 civic.

they were "jobber" panels in black primer, scuff n spray
the fit was 100%
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best to go to a shop to get an estimate
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best to go to a shop to get an estimate
+1 or hit up the junk yards.
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Old 02-21-2011, 03:27 PM   #5
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went to pacific Japanese and they quoted
Driver side headlight $135
Hood $125
Front Bumper $165
left head light Ritennan $35 don't think thats the right name for the part but thats what the guy wrote down headlight sits on it kind of

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haha, yeah they have AWESOME deals on Japanese jobber panels

i rebuilt the entire front end, replaced the front doors and rear bumper for around 600$
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If you still want a set of headlights lmk. I got a pair I can sell for cheap.
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went to pacific Japanese and they quoted
Driver side headlight $135
Hood $125
Front Bumper $165
left head light Ritennan $35 don't think thats the right name for the part but thats what the guy wrote down headlight sits on it kind of

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wow these prices brand new?
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sounds about right for new jobber panels...
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wow these prices brand new?
he said they were new. what does jobber mean?
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not OEM

aftermarket, just used to complete a job and make money(for the body man)
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You know the panels most body shops use even if your insurance and ICBC call for OEM. 99% of people don't know better.
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