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Guessing the guy that ran into the back of me was driving a truck. Either way I want to know how much would a repair like this would cost? Any ideas are appreciated

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To get an accurate number you will need to take it to a body shop and get an estimate.

Off the cuff I'd say around 2,000 dollars.
 

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That'll be about $1500-2000. When I got my rear bumper replaced it was $1200 and I had a much smaller sent but same spot as that which they easily fixed. A quote to replace my quarter panel for rust was around $1500.
 

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FCA has a zero heat restriction and there is virtually no backside access there. You are also dealing with multiple panels that are welded together there. (1/4, tail lamp pocke, rear body panel).

1/4 needs to be replaced and at a competent shop that should be over a $10,000 repair.
 

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2500.00 approximately by a decent shop .needs a quarter for sure dont let anyone try and fix it it needs a new panel. They will have to blend the door and likely the decklid as well as the bumper damages .
 
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