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Old 02-28-2012, 02:26 PM
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Price will of course be very dependent on the amount of damage and the time it takes to pull it out. On my 1970 Mercedes when my wife rear-ended a minivan I had the frame shop pull the unibody back into alignment so the door gaps were correct, the fenders no longer bulged out over the wheels and the hood fit. They did not do any body work other than the fender and hood alignment and some rough body work so the sheet metal would sit clear of the frame. They had the car about a day and a half and the bill was about $500.00 bucks. This is in Portland Oregon, some people will probably think I got a good deal and some will think I got ripped off.

I would think your labor rate in MO might be lower than in Portland.
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