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Q: FRONT END,SIDE, AND REAR END DAMAGE.

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HOW MUCH TO REPAIR FRONT END,SIDE, AND REAR END DAMAGE?
My car's transmission is unknown to me.

A: These repair fit the category of collision ...

These repair fit the category of collision repair or body work and the best place to receive an accurate estimate for repairs is your local body shop or collision repair center nearest you.

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