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I can't tell from the photo--has the actual paint been scraped off down to the primer or metal? If it's just clear coat damage you could possibly wet sand the scratches out. You could start with a clay bar to make sure all the contaminants are gone so you can assess how deep the gouges are.
As far as cost from a body shop, there's no way they'll charge you less than $1,000 to do any sort of paint work.
Manual transmissions, wagons, and heavy metal are awesome. Zoom-Zoom \m/
2004 Mazda 6s Wagon - 3.0L V6 | 5MT | Steel Gray Metallic |
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Mods: Matte black painted OEM wheels | Painted calipers (red) | Light black "smoked" headlights | R1 Concepts eLine rear rotors and pads | Rear V6 emblem added
Other Mazdas owned: 2015 Mazda 5 Sport ATX (current), 2010 Mazda 6 ATX (traded), 1997 Protege MTX (sold)