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Want to sell; have some paint issues. Paint, or sell as-is?

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Old 04-05-2017, 10:47 AM
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Default Want to sell; have some paint issues. Paint, or sell as-is?

I have not yet gotten a quote for the job, but is it typically better to take care of these types of minor paint issues prior to selling, or is it not worth it? As the car is in otherwise fantastic condition, I am thinking that if I do get these taken care of, I can command a few more $, but wanted to get some opinions from those who know better than I.


Thank in advance.
 
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