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Old 05-25-2005
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Scuffed Rocker Panel... How to fix?

I scuffed and dented the bottom of my rocker panel where it starts to curve in towards the frame. It dosnt look like the area I scuffed is metal, looks more like plastic. It took a lot of paint off and there are some deeper gouges. I was thinking about sanding it down a little and repainting it. I dont want it to look crappy though, I want it to blend in. Would it look decent? If not how can I fix it without taking it to a body shop? Also, any ideas on how to pop the dents out?
Heres a pic of the damage
http://community.webshots.com/photo/...53595983HTGlBP

Edit: Took it to the body shop and they want $300!!! thats insane...
ouch...
Thanks

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