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The best way I've found is doing hard work and working long hours or two jobs, it's tough but it's done me good for 44 years. You might not get the job you want or the pay you want but you have to start somewhere. If you don't have a trade then get one there are lots of jobs that pay pretty well but they are blue collar jobs that someone has to do them. My son just barely finnished high school and is making around 100k a year working as an electrician after being an apprentice for 3 years then getting his journeymans license, There are several other fields such as plumbing , HVAC etc.and remember nothing good comes quick because everybody has to paytheir dues. And be a good American and work a union job
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No. Considering all the stuff in the way ... you did not over pay for the work. An arguement COULD be made that $500.00 invsted in a17 year old car is not a good investment, but that is not the question you asked. Presumably, you will be keeping the car for several more years.
They can ask you to pay any amount up the the total estimate before the work is done. Whether you choose to pay what they ask for is up to you. Paying for the estimaty is usually fair because it is for time they have already spent on the job. This is work they would have had to do to determine what supplies they'll need to do the job. Whether you pay for any part of the job before any work is actually done is something you have to negotiate with the contractor. Any amount you pay before the job is done usually considered gone no matter how good or bad of a job they do. Base what you are willing to pay them in advance on what you know about the contractor; are they licensed or bonded, or on other work you know they have performed. Don't be afraid to ask them for references on other jobs they have done if you don't know anything about them.