Collision Repair at Home

Last winter my sister had a little run-in with a guardrail when she lost traction in the slush on the road. It was a pretty slow hit so it didn’t do too much damage.

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The height of the guardrail was just right so that the bumper missed it and the only parts that got hit were the left fender and headlight.

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I went to a junkyard and picked up a used headlight for fifty bucks, and did my best to bend the fender back into decent shape, because a fender would be harder to find in the right color, if I didn’t want to paint one.

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After no more than a couple hours I had everything back together and looking pretty good. I’m not a collision repair tech, so anything I do like this isn’t going to be nearly as good as they could do, but it doesn’t look hacked together like some pictures you see.


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-Dan

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