Son is home, but still no news on pathology. Brain not into much but swinging a hammer, so I did!
Really annoys me that someone took the time to buff the paint to 8000, but put dinged trim back on. The stuff is unobtainium for good replacements, but you could at least try to make it better.
Nice sharp dent in the passenger front that stands out like a sore thumb.
Grabbed some of my Father's old chisels and ground them to fit the trim shape.
A little tap here and another there while backed up with a heavy bucking bar.
And then a bit more serious with the shaped chisel in the vise and my favourite trim hammer.
Quick polish with rouge only and then back on the car.
One down, three to go. It's not perfect, but you can at least walk by the car without noticing the remains of the dent.
Drivers side is really pranged, but at least the anodizing isn't chipped.
Wood block and the 3lb brass hammer while still on the car.
Finally got to use my UPS account card, for paint protection!