I understand it’s hard for shops to estimate body work but curious if this sounds right. I’m having replaced on a 1979 Camaro T-Top car: Complete Toe board Complete floor pan Both outer rockers Both inner rockers Both full rear quarters Left rear frame rail I’m buying full door shells and front fenders so bolt on and adjust for fitment. No primer or paint calculated into this. $14K labor only estimate. $65 per hour rate. That basically equates to 27 - 8 hour days of work. It’s hard to believe with an experienced shop it would take this long. I’m sure other stuff will pop up that needs fixed and this doesn’t cover anything new so afraid it’s going to be a nickel /dime add on game from here on out. Hard to turn back once you get started. This doesn’t include what I need to pay already for some disassembly and blasting. Removed engine, front/rear suspension, front subframe, and doors. Interior was already shelled. I trust this shop but at the same time this seems a bit high when looking at it from a time standpoint for an experienced shop. Should I proceed or evaluate other shops? Hard to answer I know. Just curious if others have had similar work done and the cost.