#1
would a small, long scratch and a dented wheel well cost $860 dollars to repair? seems a little ridiculous, the girl who car i hit (apparently) just got a quote on it
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#2
helllooo
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#3
i really doubt it would

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#4
Depending on where you go, the price can vary a lot. If you go to a dealership, they'll charge you up the ass. That does seem a little bit high, though.

EDIT: Actually, if it's just a surface scratch, it should come off by buffing it out, but if it's deeper, it's more difficult and more costly. If you had pictures, it would be a lot easier to tell how much it should cost.
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#5
no, it definitely shouldnt. scratches are easy to fix (in some cases you can just buff it out), and it depends for the wheel, but that total should be more of around $300 max
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