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Old 10-12-2015, 01:01 PM
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Hi - I have a deep scratch on the gloss black trim piece thing behind the rear right door and the estate side window. Not covered by my scratch repair insurance as it is a trim piece. Does anyone know what the part number for this little bit of trim is and how to replace it? Thanks. (E250 Edition 125 S212)
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Old 10-12-2015, 02:36 PM
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Any chance of a better description as to where this piece fits, the snag is it might only come in primer and have to be painted anyway, if this is the case you might as well just get the existing one painted.
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Old 10-12-2015, 03:22 PM
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Any chance of a better description as to where this piece fits, the snag is it might only come in primer and have to be painted anyway, if this is the case you might as well just get the existing one painted.
It is the C Pillar between the glass on the frame, they are gloss black.

You could maybe wrap it
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I just cannot find it on the EPC
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The finish is going on one of mine, I will be having it wrapped
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Hi Jbell, as you are nearly local, I wouldn't mind knowing where you get this done and how much. Can you mail me if you would rather not publish. Thanks.
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Hi Jbell, as you are nearly local, I wouldn't mind knowing where you get this done and how much. Can you mail me if you would rather not publish. Thanks.
There is a company called GlobalTint in Exeter or DMac on Heathfield in Bovey Tracey, both are excellent
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