Q: whats the cost to replace a bumper, hood, header panel, left and fight fender and core support

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whats the cost to replace a bumper, hood, left and fight fender and core support, on a crown victoria 2003 lx? Im supplying the parts just need them put on

My car has 101000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A body shop would need to be consulted for doing body work and replacing large components and panels.

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