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Body Work 101

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10-21-02, 12:43 PM   #1  
Body Work 101

I have some bad holes in a 1990 Camry I need to repair. Can you refer me to a site with step by step info on repairing large holes? I tried Google and didn't find much.



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10-21-02, 12:55 PM   #2  
There are great books on this subject in the local library and on Amazon.com, I suggest you try there first.

If the holes are that bad, panel replacement is probably cheaper/more expedient/more permanent/better off in the long run.

It takes skill, time, patience, tools and materials to do bodywork correctly.

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10-23-02, 07:37 AM   #3  
goggles, ear-plugs, masks, noise, etc

Agree wholeheartedly with Joe. Been there, done that, own the T-shirt. It's real down & dirty labor, with a good chance the work won't look that good when you're finished, and all the $$ spent on sanding disks, spray primer, bond-o......
Suggest repl. the panels, or have it done.

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