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Re: [T3] Rust? Try one more time...


Rich - 

If you have a garage, why not put the body on yourself, and save $600?  

Does anyone know the legalalities of a body swap in California?

- john

On Thu, 11 Mar 2004, Schlegel, Richard wrote:

> Hey All,
> I took my car to ISP west and they told me it would be $6000.00 to fix
> the rust and paint it! But they had an un-touched 1971 SB body that he
> didn't want to cut up because it didn't have any rust. He wanted
> $1000.00 for the body and $600.00 to put it on. Would this change the
> value of the car? My car has a cool history and I just wouldn't feel
> right telling people about if all I am talking about is the pan. I can't
> really afford this right now so what do you do to fix rust? Cut it out
> and replace it or grind it and bondo it? I looked at the "Rust FAQ" but
> it didn't really say much.
> Take care,
> Rich & Nicole (Daughter), Orange County, CA
> 70 Squareback MT FI
> http://community.webshots.com/user/schlegelr
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