samyou92 wrote: ↑May 26th, 2015 8:26 pmnot a bodyshop. hes a bmw mechanic but im pretty sure he will be capable of doing a simple cosmetic job such as this unless it reqires painting as he does not do that. google rmp motors. show him pic of damage and pics of parts that need to be replaced if thats what your planning to do. im not sure if the bumper comes already painted to your specification or whether you need to get it painted. in that case, youd have to tkae it bodyshop.
call up the parts dept of several gta dealership and ask for a quote.
maranello gives discount if your a maxbimmer member i think and pfaff bmw gives discount for true north members
Thx, guys. I'm in Toronto. I would assume that if the bumper's salvageable that it will need painting. Not sure for a new bumper if it comes painted or not.booblehead wrote: ↑May 26th, 2015 8:29 pmare you in Toronto or GTA ? If so, you can try to contact, Mike of Eddystone auto collision (Langstaff & Weston Rd). Get an assessment from him and see if you can work out a deal ... if needed, say "Dan & Steve" referred you. I recently had my Porsche repainted by him and it was great work done at a great price. But like I said, do get multiple quotes. If you are in Scarborough, you can try Impera Auto body (Kennedy and Ellesmere).
Btw, if something needs to be painted, will it take >1 day or can it be done same day?
Sigh, will have to make lots of calls.