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Over the last few weeks I've had to debate the topic of car repairs to determine where exactly someone has to draw the line. It just so happened that the need for some work surfaced on three very different cars and I had to figure out whether the cost of repairs would be worth it on the long run. Two Sundays ago the car started out as a pristine black BMW E92 328i, but by the end of the day every body panel and both bumpers were damaged while both the front and rear windshields were smashed, courtesy of the trash protesters who somehow believed that wrecking people's cars would make the garbage vanish.Therefore, the expense was evident and, with a clean E92 worth around $20,000 today, the $1,500 or so needed to return it to its original glory came to far less than the cost of registering a similar car.The car's body is much in the same state as the aforementioned Bimmer, but with the windshields still sound.However, the car still needs some work and TLC to be perfect. Determining whether I should spend more on the car depends on whether I expect to recoup my investment. If I sell the car today I would lose that $5,000, so is it a good idea?
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