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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 12:26 PM
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I've been in the pdr business for 26 years,and we fix over 500 cars a month... I would use Express Dents in Ft. Worth. Very experienced and that dent WILL definitely be repairable by an experienced tech. Will probably have to go through the rear wheel well for best access without drilling the door jamb. Good luck.

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Dent HQ in Plano is excellent as well...I don't know exactly where you are. I know most of the best PDR techs Nationwide, and have used well over 100 Techs from around the country during Hailstorms...

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see if you can get a paintless dent removal guy to do it. Ask a local used car lot of who to use- They use them all of the time
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I have found the true meaning to the word "freedom": 2003 Toyota Highlander daily. I've had it for two years, never washed it. Keep the interior nice and clean. It's comfy, decent on gas and works great for camping. Also, completely invisible to cops. If I ruled the world, every classic car would come with a 15 year old Toyota SUV, then everybody would be happy.
My freedom is a 1997 Toyota T100 pickup with over 300,000 miles. In decent shape but a ding just blends in with the patina.

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