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Cadillac CTS First Generation Forum - 2003 - 2007 Discussion, It Was a Short Honeymoon... in Cadillac CTS Coupe, Sport Sedan and Sport Wagon Forums; Originally Posted by odthetruth Od is that you clearly visible in the photo, or are you the guy almost completely ...
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    concorso is offline Cadillac Owners Master
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    Re: It Was a Short Honeymoon...

    Quote Originally Posted by odthetruth View Post

    Od is that you clearly visible in the photo, or are you the guy almost completely hidden behind him?

    Where is that wall you keep taking photos in front of? Im driving through NYC this august and wowuld love to take a photo in front of the same wall.

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    Re: It Was a Short Honeymoon...

    Negative. I'm taking the pic. I'll PM you the info for the wall. lol

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    Re: It Was a Short Honeymoon...

    We've bought lots of wrecked cars and fixed them. If you can go to the junk yards or buy the parts online, and then take the car to a shop, it would be much cheaper than letting the shop buying all the parts for you.

    A good parts website is www.car-parts.com buy authentic parts, not from taiwan.

    Also, for a cheaper repair, you might wanna find a Russian shop. They work fast and charge less. But then again, you can get an estimate from other shops as well. Just don't go to the dealer, they overcharge you. With parts and painting, you shouldn't pay more than $700.
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