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      02-05-2013, 03:59 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by biggynuts01 View Post
Exactly! I've seen shady insurance scams before and this seems like one of them. I have been rear ended 2 times. Once in my Audi TTRS by a Porsche Cayenne going 15mph (I was very suprised the damage was so small), cost $1500 to fix. And once in my old E36 325is going less than 10mph cost me $1k to fix.

I have had two friends rear ended and a big hole was ripped out of their bumper, nothing needed replacing on the body panel. They did replace the bumpers and repainted...both less than $1500.

yeah, $1500 range sounds about right if you need work behind the bumper and a new bumper. If no new bumper is required, and just remolding and a respray is needed, then we're talking about $700.
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