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Username Post: Advice on where to cut quarter panel
stevelegel 
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stevelegel
Loc: Detroit MI
Reg: 09-27-09
10-15-18 03:36 AM - Post#2748711    
    In response to 60Impala1837

Dry fit for sure..consider putting in a screw, so you always have one exact point of reference for each change. For every action, there is a reaction when you bend metal.

thank you for compliment.

I'm a Dentist...we fix things. Funny about metal work, it's like fixing a cavity, only bigger, dirtier. But you remove decay (rust) and replace it with something that functions like original, and if it is in an area that shows, try make your best work not show...natural tooth = original fender!

Edited by stevelegel on 10-15-18 03:38 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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