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Unread 10-05-2006, 01:02 PM   #1
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Markley Honda in Fort Collins does pretty good body work....

I just got back from doing the final inspection on Leslie's Jeep and I have to say they did a REALLY good job. all of the lines match up perfectly, the color matches exactly, the gaps are all perfect. They did a really good job.
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And yes that is the old grill in the back behind the back seat. Hooray Garage Art!!!

Leslie hates the KC covers they got her so looks like the old black ones go back on and these will be the ones I have to work with for now. We have the old KCs too so I just need to wire them up at work and buy a new lense and I'm all set with some KCs now too!

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Unread 10-05-2006, 03:23 PM   #2
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Looks nice. They did a good job, and quick too..
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Looks nice. They did a good job, and quick too..
Just over 2 weeks since we dropped it off. Now comes the time where we will inevitably find glass under the dash for months to come, in the carpet, I'll probably have to replace her stereo because I'm 100% its full of glass, the defrost will probably blow glass everywhere, and I probably need to replace the plastic cover over her gauges because the night of the accident I tried brushing the broken glass off of it and scratched the living crap out of it.
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It took WAY TOO long to fix my jeep when i rolled it.. One of our local places that advertises alot. They SUCK..

Yup, on the glass and other assorted items you're gonna find.. But that's a quick turn around... At least it's back on the road, where it's supposed to be.
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Just over 2 weeks since we dropped it off. Now comes the time where we will inevitably find glass under the dash for months to come, in the carpet, I'll probably have to replace her stereo because I'm 100% its full of glass, the defrost will probably blow glass everywhere, and I probably need to replace the plastic cover over her gauges because the night of the accident I tried brushing the broken glass off of it and scratched the living crap out of it.

I'm STILL finding glass in my jeep after i had a little run in with a satellite dish
and that was over a YEAR ago lol.

Jeep looks very nice
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I'm STILL finding glass in my jeep after i had a little run in with a satellite dish
and that was over a YEAR ago lol.

Jeep looks very nice
WTF??? i thought satellite dishes were on house roofs?!?!
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WTF??? i thought satellite dishes were on house roofs?!?!
not the old old style where they were like twelve feet in diameter.

And u ask HOW can i not see THAT, well im still askin myself that! lol
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