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Old 05-25-2018, 06:18 AM   #15
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Welcome to my nightmare! I live on the South Texas Gulf Coast and the salt air is really doing a number on our 2000 American Eagle. Luckily I have the tools and talents to do the repairs. Itís just that the body doesnít work as well as it used to. Slowly getting things cut out and replaced.
I understand the body not working as well as it used to. My knees are shot, my back hurts, my shoulders hate me.....I get it....
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Sandblast, inspect, cutout, replace, repaint.
Good sized job.
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Our guys at work used to have a saying about some projects, "we'll just have to cut our way in and weld our way out".
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Old 05-25-2018, 12:16 PM   #18
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Our guys at work used to have a saying about some projects, "we'll just have to cut our way in and weld our way out".
That's a great line, with yout permission I'll use it!
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Use it as you see fit. No permission needed.
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Use this https://www.por15.com/ after you get the repairs done,
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