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Hello guys,
I just got a new 2010 Range rover. I would like to paint the lower plastic parts to match the body paint.
I need to get some suggestions to a get paint job done. I live in houston, Texas. I need a place that has done this job before. thank you
 

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Great Question!

I'll piggy back and ask for recommendations in the Bay Area, CA.

Thanks
 

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I have a set of Alaska white painted door claddings if interested...
 

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Alboogie7 said:
Great Question!

I'll piggy back and ask for recommendations in the Bay Area, CA.

Thanks
Depending where in the Bay Area you are, without doubt I would recommend Kraft's Body Shop in Santa Cruz - i.e. 1hr. south of San Francisco.
I had them do my bumpers on my RRS as well as some cosmetic work on my Mini Cooper - they were totally worth the drive. They're bit pricey (but not over priced) and they specialize in high-end vehicles.

6100 Soquel Ave
(pronounced SO-KELL)
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
(831) 476-3232


If you call ask for "Susan" - say you're a friend of "David" from the Spa/guy with RRS & Cooper. She'll take good care of you!
 

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CA-SPORT said:
If you call ask for "Susan" - say you're a friend of "David" from the Spa/guy with RRS & Cooper. She'll take good care of you!
Just be careful, a friend of mine told me to say something similar once, it turned out she was an undercover cop. You could be in for lots of 'xplaining when you get home. :wink:

Oooh wee!!! Just noticed I became a "Solihull Member." Good thing that's only based only on quantity, not quality of posts.
 

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gooseyloosey said:
CA-SPORT said:
If you call ask for "Susan" - say you're a friend of "David" from the Spa/guy with RRS & Cooper. She'll take good care of you!
Just be careful, a friend of mine told me to say something similar once, it turned out she was an undercover cop. You could be in for lots of 'xplaining when you get home. :wink:
LMAO - okay that was funny! I didn't even realize how that sounded. What's more funny, is I had to read you comment a few times before I got it! :shhh:
 
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