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It was ruled her fault and she was ticketed, thankfully.


What is a good shop that matches paint well? I know the Focus MK3's have a unique speckle tone. I am going to Abra for the assessment, but I really want the paint matched exactly, if possible.
 

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I have had goof luck with my dealership bump shop. I haven't had my Focus fixed there but my F150 twice and they did great work.
 

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Yep! If you aren't paying, take it to the best place!
 

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Well, it was easy to get OEM touch-up paint in tuxedo Black, I'm sure if you talk to just about any shop and insist on using OEM paint up front they will take care of you.
 

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The blood of teenage girl drivers is the best paint match...
 

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You CANNOT go by what someone says on the internet when it comes to paint. Your best bet, call a dealer and ask them! If the dealer doesn't do it themselves, they should be able to tell you what shop they use.
 

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If you can, ask around in the local car community. See where owners of rare/classic/show cars go and get their feedback. There are no set 'rules' for picking a good shop out of the crowd; it could be the biggest and fanciest shop in town or it could also be the low-key, small shop around the corner that's a bit of a well-kept secret.
 
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