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So basically parked my car on the street outside a friends overnight (drinking session insued) to my absoloute horror when I came out to the car in the morning some <insert expletives!!!> has hit my baby. Putting aside the fact for the moment that whoever it was wasn't owning up to it its down to me to get it sorted.

Basically its a scuff, but also appears to have pulled the bumper off the mounting bracket and distorted it pics below, any advise on repairs as tcut just isnt going to cut this.

ps: around Wolverhampton if that helps anyones recommendations.





Any advise much appreaciated.
 

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Thought it was a mk2 saggy rear bumper syndrome at first. If the cuts are too deep for t-cut then a paint touch up is needed. Either a bodyshop or your local chipsaway can sort.%0
 

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Thought it was a mk2 saggy rear bumper syndrome at first. If the cuts are too deep for t-cut then a paint touch up is needed. Either a bodyshop or your local chipsaway can sort.%0
Well I guess it is saggy rear bumper syndrome now :(.. any 'quick' fix?
 

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looks all surface, should cut out with 3G or fastcut cutting compound.

If not, 2000grit wet and dry (use wet) and rub down where scratch is (don't rub right through the top coat) then 3g back to a shine.

Easy peasy, took some real nasties out this way.
 
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