Buy colour correct panels for your car and save £££££'s

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Buying colour correct parts..

So you looked at your car this morning, as you have done for the past couple of months (possibly and probably) and thought "I must get that damage on the door repaired!" or "That dent on my bonnet is annoying me but I just cant afford to get it fixed".  At greenpartsmart we have the cheaper and more affordable way to resolve this problem. The solution is to buy a used part in the same colour. We have seen a massive upturn over the last few years, in people trying to source parts in the right colour and who can blame them?
"Buying the right colour is not straight forward though, is it?" I hear you ask. Yes it is!

If you are unsure where or how you find the colour code call our sales team and we can tell you. 

All vehicles made throughout the world have the colour code somewhere on the vehicle. Usually located around the Vehicles identification number (the VIN) or on a seperate plate or label. If you have exhausted all efforts to find the colour on your vehicle simply call us with your registration and we can tell you. 

All parts we supply are from used vehicles and nine times out of ten will have some tell tale signs on them (dents or scratches in other words) but we will always highlight those on our listings so you can see exactly what you are buying. 

Put it this way, the average price to paint a panel from a vehicle, a wing for example, will cost between £80 - £150 pounds to spray, plus the labour charge. So total price for job could be around £250 on average. Buy a correct colour match panel for £40 (on average) fit it yourself or get a tradesman to do it and you have ticked that, "I must get that panel fixed" box and saved yourself those all important pounds £££££'s

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