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Originally Posted by VelSatisfied View Post
They are fitting a new rear door, the trim (including handles, etc) are being removed from both doors to reduce masking up & overspray (classic sign of accident repair). The doors are being paint matched as is the rear panel which looks to have deformed slightly.

This sounds a thorough job, which should ensure that no evidence of a repair is left.

Personally speaking, if the insurance is happy with the extent of the job, and you're not being excessively inconvenienced - then I'd be grateful for getting a good job - too many complain about the work being rushed.

Sorry if I sound a bit caustic (unintentional).

Not complaining,i want a good job but this skoda fabia courtesy car is really doing my head in,not to mention not knowing how much petrol to put into it,considering it could be called back at anytime.Skoda`s are awful cars!
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