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Old 13th August 2013, 12:50 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Snapper View Post
Try these guys...

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They are near Porsche in Calcot. I had a car park door dent on the GT-R repaired by them. Very happy with their work.

Depending on the damage to the wheel you might want to consider Alloy Wheel Refurbishment | My Alloys, the alloy wheel refurbs experts in Basingstoke. They do full refurbishment of wheels. I had one of mine fixed a couple of years ago and they did a very good job of matching the colour. Incidentally, this is a multi-stage process. They stripped the wheel completely, repaired the scuff and then a three-stage paint process to get the desired result. First a black base coat, then a translucent dark-chrome 'effects' coat and then clear lacquer. My repaired wheel has a higher standard of finish than the other, original wheels.
Thanks for that. The wheel damage is literally a half inch scuff to the primer on the rim. Should mention it is an MY11 car with the silly paint finish that no one can match I'd be happy with a closish match as you can hardly see the issue now (and it is white primer!)
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