Can't blame the car for this one...

OK, so all I have to say is that I'm not the one who scraped the side of the car while exiting the garage. But I will withhold the name to protect the dignity of the party in question.

So this necessitated a visit to the body shop for correction and repainting. Thanks to the Porsche-premium that applies to everything related to these cars, fixing this purely cosmetic boo-boo ran to $2,800. And that was just repair and respray--no body panels needed replacing. For comparison, I did something similar to my Honda Fit (yes, that time, it was my fault) and the repair came to $1200, including a new bumper and fender. So, there's that.

Good news is that it looks good as new again.

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