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In regards to Maaco, I'm leaning toward them myself. I've inquired with a lot of people and popular opinion says that yes, you get what you pay for. HOWEVER, Maaco has more than just the very cheap option. I've heard that people who get the $700 job instead of the $400 job are quite happy. For me, I don't have much more to spend than $700 either, but my car NEEDS paint. It sat in the high desert for a long time and all that is really left is what the PO hand painted (yes, with a brush) on. I figure in that case, anything is better than what I have right now. The other option is to buy the stuff and try to do it myself which will definitely turn out worse than Maaco.
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