"It is priced $25,000 below blue book because it has several real bullet holes in it. It doesn't effect anything other than cosmetics."...and the occupants that may or may not have gotten hit with some of those bullets,
Well...these are very interesting.
1. They all took a fair amount of paint with them. I have seen bullet holes in a Ford Explorer literally minutes after the shots were fired. But I do not remember the paint being removed as shown here.
2. The shot just in back of the rear window. With the bends immediately in that area, I would have thought the hole would have been much different.
3. The only problem with leaving the holes is getting water/snow/salt inside those areas. Maybe put a clear patch over them.
4. Maybe you can search out the slugs?
5. License plate: SURVIVR BADSHOT EXWIFE NEWWIFE LUCKY
.40? and the guy on youtube who does legit street cars, he was at one of the insurance auctions and there was a jeep trackhawk with about a dozen bulletholes. about 5 of them originated from inside firing outwards. his opinion was the body work wouldn't be that bad, but sourcing the interior panels and seats would be the high priced stuff