Q: would like a price quote for replacing a rear bumper for a gray 2006 Honda Civic Coupe. Work, part and paint included.

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Need to replace the rear bumper on a 2006 Gray Honda Civic Coupe 2-door. Would appreciate part price, median labor price, and price to paint it. Safest to assume connectors are shot.
My car's transmission is unknown to me.

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