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Old 05-24-2010, 12:07 AM
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Those thieves at the body shop wanted $200 to fix my car.

I did it for only ten, darn crooks at those shops.


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Is that a Toyota Camry with a broken off door handle?
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I think they marked it up that high to make you go away. I'm guessing they didn't want to do it. But if you said yes...well...then the "robbery" begins.
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Dang Brian, you shoulda farmed it out to me, I did this one for only six...You coulda made 4 bucks..


( not really, someone just sent me that in an email, but it's a good idea.)

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Mikey! How you doing? That is even funnier! The photo I posted they used JB weld or something with a screw through the middle for unknown reasons. I didn't see it before it was "fixed" so I don't know exactly what it looked like but it was a MESS.

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Looks like there might be a fender washer under the screw? Jim
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Dang Brian, you shoulda farmed it out to me, I did this one for only six...You coulda made 4 bucks..


( not really, someone just sent me that in an email, but it's a good idea.)

hahahaha
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an ex co worker of mine had a simmilar fix to a '85 Buick Skyhawk
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