Join Date: Mar 1999
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mine had "little" bubbles under the paint.
For a car that's has spent almost all it's years (since Sept 79) in the Nnand Southern California Area, there sure a lot of wierd rust spots on it!
For sure, though, that's a cut-n-weld proposition. If you cut it, may as well do it up right!
I can't figure why one car I see is pristine, and another is totally rusted in that area...
Of course, mine needs work, so I will probably be sacrificing another for it's resurrection---though being RHD, it is different than the common parts I can get here in the USA.... (wipers in different position). Keep that in mind when considering MSA repair panels!
Replacable panels like the early cars would make this such a nice proposition. BAH!
Good Luck with the repair. You know how it goes, start here, find some there, then there then there.......LOL! At some point you just call an end to it so you can drive it again. LOL
What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun -- that means
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Canadians don't get it. Period. End of discussion.