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Old 11-05-2006, 07:45 PM   #11
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adam did it... he ate the apple.. and then God made rust
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I just wonder if there'* rot in other areas that may cause problems down the road. Makes me wonder if it'* going to last as long as I hope it does.
the only other area i can think of besides rear wheel wells (which look to have been fixed on your car befor) is where the fender bolts to the car at the bottom (holds leaves and mostlikely salt/sand/water)
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I just wonder if there'* rot in other areas that may cause problems down the road. Makes me wonder if it'* going to last as long as I hope it does.
the only other area i can think of besides rear wheel wells (which look to have been fixed on your car befor) is where the fender bolts to the car at the bottom (holds leaves and mostlikely salt/sand/water)
The front fenders...?

As long as the car is structurally solid and is not a ticking time-bomb, I can deal with FIXABLE problems. I know of one other area that has rotted through...a small hole underneath the back seat. Everything at the front suspension is solid as I have taken everything apart and inspected it.

If I was loaded I'd pay Chip Foose to rebuild my car
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