And, you know what? They really can make it look good!
2nd row, third picture is my Town and Country after being smacked by a trash
can during a windstorm (one of those monster municipal things). 2nd row,
fourth picture is after about an hour and a half of him working on it. They
come to you (in this case it was while I was at work), so you are not
without a vehicle. They charged about $200 for the work compared with around
$800 at three different body shops. The best part was when I traded it, the
dealer has a form you sign off on where they ask if it ever had any
paintwork.... Guess what? I could honestly say no. Long term, there's no
paint mismatch like you might get with a body shop - no bondo to fall out,
If you want it to look good, I would suggest not messing with it until you
get one of the PDR guys to look at it. If it's small, it won't cost much. If
you try to fix it, it might make it harder or impossible for one of these
guys to repair it.