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Old 07-14-2009, 09:52 PM   #1
TiemannR6
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03 r6 custom paint/what do i do!?

i have 3 dents in my tank and a small 1 cm crack in the front headlight fairing and a 2-3 cm crack in the rear tail fairing, as well as a few minor scratches.

i'm thinking about taking it to alamo paint and body in alvin (they do bad A work) and getting it all fixed and repainted.

its an blue 03 R6.. any suggestions?? colors? anything? i'll post pics later if anyone is interested in throwin me a few suggestions
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