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On 2002-03-15 12:12, arcwelder wrote:
I just got a quote for that clear protective film.
1.hood fender mirror combo....99.95
3.headlights...free if I get the bumper done
Total with labor...490.97
Does that sound reasonable? I'm thinking of just getting the hood done right away.
I paid $180CAD (incl. material, labor and taxes) for the following:
1. front bumper
3. roof, just above the winshield
The hood, fender, headlights, and foglights were already done by my dealer. The price I paid was in Canadian dollars, so after conversion, it would cost $50US...hahaha just kidding.
Dude.. for that price, you CAN NOT go wrong. I have almost $ 1300 worth of the 3M product on my car and it's held up awesome. Colorado puts gravel on the roads when it snows, so, believe me, this is a great testing ground.
Got my hood, front bumper, headlights, fog lights, and side-view mirrors done for $485. $490 is not a bad price at all considering most places around So Cal charge $600+. I don't know what the average price range is in FL, but $490 is good.
I just had my windows tinted and asked about that type of protectant. They sell ScotchCal (which I believe is the same as the others - Xpel & 3M) and he told me 109.95 to install it on my hood, fenders, and bumpers. I about fell over when he told me that. I was expecting 300+!!! As soon as the weather warms up and I can fix my paint chips, I'm there!!!!
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