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Re: What to ask of a Panelbeater for this repair?

Originally Posted by 11TXE View Post

In a way I feel sorry for the bloke as he is a small businessman as I am too - but we all have to pay dues to the school of hard knocks.
I've got a small business as well, and someone once said to me "you are only as good as your last job" , and my dad used to say "In life, you should pay for your own mistakes, and not anyone else's"

Both are maxims I strongly believe in.

I've seen the pulling method on Wheeler Dealers - here's the link;

I'm sure they will do a good job, Andre.

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