can i get a replacement "case" for my MBP's internals?

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  1. ProgWRX

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    My aluminum casing is fucked up, a lot of the damage resulting from 2 metal studs on the bottom of the rolling cart i use for work (where i stick the MBP into). Is there any way i could get like a replacement casing and i can just transfer all the internals into it?
     
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    buy a MBP on ebay that's been dropped in water or something.
     
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    is the replacement doable though?? ive built desktop PC's and whatnot but ive never cracked open a laptop/notebook (mac nor pc)
     
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    thanks for the links... seems like its gonna be pricey no matter what! :\

    sux to be a poor student
     
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    What kind of MBP do you have? I have a bottom case available for a 17" Early 2008 MBP.
     

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