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Now, I've only just got my alfa and I didnt think it would be cheap, but £380 to change the right hand side wing mirror (inc body)!!! Wow

My own fault unfortunately, hit a pillar reversing out as someone had parked too close (in a space that wasn't a marked bay!) I paid too much attention to his car and not the pillar on the other side!

Anyway, does £380 sound about right considering that I've got heated electric seats? I'm told the winter pack is a factor in the price somehow...

thanks all
Happy motoring

P.S. it's saying something that I'm not more annoyed, love the alfa so much I'll pay the £380 to get her looking good again!
 
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Winter pack = heated mirrors.


And they need spraying too, remember.

Still eye watering though. :cry:


You do know they fold, right? ;)
 

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2yrs ago I had my drivers side mirror wiped out on my last car ( Focus ) it was electric/heated and with the colour coded back moulding replacement cost was ........£148.00 inc fitting, but wierdly not the moulding being painted ?????!!!! that was an extra £80 at local Ford dealer. If £380 is all in and finished that's not too bad I suppose
 

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yea its all in. oh well..

Yes I know they fold (took me a week to realise to be fair!) but I was using them to reverse out the spot... Might have had better luck not using them!
 
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yea its all in. oh well..

Yes I know they fold (took me a week to realise to be fair!) but I was using them to reverse out the spot... Might have had better luck not using them!
We all do it dude.

I striped the front bumper of the 159 5 days after
picking it up. :eek::eek::eek: :rolleyes:
 

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When my mirror failued I bought a second hand working one for £70 and swapped the casing because the colour didn't match.

Nice easy job but you may break the glass and I would recommend using a heat gun or a hair dryer.
 
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