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You should clear coat the bare metal instead of covering that up
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Old 03-01-2019, 07:51 AM
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Wow... great work.

Do you have a YouTube channel or anything? Would love to see the techniques used.

Do you do it just like PDR? With light and mirrors? This one is just such a big difference it blows my mind.
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wow, I need to know how you are doing this, as I am going through the same thing myself, although compared to the horrible state of those panels, my 356 is perfect!!!!

Well it is all relative to the starting product.

I have repaired front right former damage (that was so horrible), with new panels pieces, one door skin completely new and the bog holes and really poor former repairs were just too hard to fix. One door bottom strip, door bases, inner longitudinals, new sills, new pans, new jacking points. And many many repairs, using lead and belting out dents, and dings.

But I would be very very interested to see your pictures of the rebuild.
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I will be watching with great interest . love your technique . I think the previous guy had a broken body hammer with only the pecking part working...
Disagree, I think the previous guy had a broken head (not cylinder).

Keep up the good work doc ....
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