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Is it an easy repair and how much do you think it will cost?
I dunno.... What is the resale value of the car? I'd hazard at a guess to just leave it... or get an expert opinion, to pull it out and a quick spray to cover it up and stop it rusting.....
The platform is run by idiots - but the videos are good. search up - youtube panel beating - e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UnXj8QLkrs ----------- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR7IhyzNvoY etc.
@Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson: Resale value before that was probably $2700. It has 180k miles, no ac, one busted window, rotors going bad, abs needs repair. I should ride it until it dies out on me.
@Alpha Male Lifestyle: I have an idea.... I kind of approach many things as a once off education... Like I buy a CHEAP electric powertool from Aldi - who have been selling utter shit... OK there is no point in buying a heap of them, fixing them up and reselling them... BUT rather than just laydown and take it in the arse, I get up and go through the entire tool and look at everything that is fucked about it, and where possible - I fix it up... AND the education is kind of priceless... OK a cheap wood working router - $25 - do I really want or need one? Well for $25 it's not like spending $300 and then only using it once or twice in 10 years.. within 20 minutes the bearings had shit... why? because ball bearings come in "grades" - what goes in the wheels of a cheap hand cart, for moving things with, are cheap pressed balls and cheap pressed ball races, and they are good for about 200 Km in a bicycle trailer - before they start falling apart.. but in a router where they spin at 24,000 RPM - you need not the best most precise bearings, but you need very good quality ball bearings, that are ground to very fine tolerances, and are made of very good alloy steels with heat treatment and proper lubrication... So I replaced all the ball bearings. The next was the height return spring - the fucks who had put it together, had put a spring that pushes the motor and the base apart, that was about 1/3 longer than it should have been so the spring knotted up and the parts would not slide together nicely - so I cut the spring to size, then the height adjustment locking screw - it was a plastic wing nut, moulded onto a brass screw - the plastic pulled off so I used a small spanner on the brass screw etc.. and the speed ajustment - that was up shit creek and I fixed that up.... SO the value in fixing up the ONE router, a very badly made router, taught me all about how they work and what to look for and all sorts of things, in a good router... So there is real value in that. But fixing up 100 of them? Forget it. BUT if I got a crate of them for nothing, I could just transfer the adjustments from router to router.. and keep myself in garbage routers for ever... but when it comes to serious work, they were useful, but they were not nearly as good as a proper decent one that costs like $300.... You might want to start making a few trips to the wreckers or auto recyclers - people who get GOOD at repairing cars get set up for it and they get fast at it... BUT the education is priceless - because you learn things..... However I also have a freind who when his engine on his second hand car, starts going on him, he just goes and buys a second hand car because it's cheaper to replace the car, than it is to fix the motor.... AC is easy to fix... I assume it's an electric window... it's easy to fix, rotors going bad - I assume these are the disk brake rotors - easy to fix... ABS... same same..
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So maybe if you pull the interior side panel out there will be webbed openings in the frame.. where you can angle a piece of wood to get to the damaged area.. and if not you can cut an opening.. as it gets re covered with the interior panels.. If you can access the interior damaged area with a length of wood.. round the end.. and start moving the metal back out.//.. thats the first step if you can access that.. start getting the material back to where it is supposed to be. once its as good as possible then you start to build the final surface with Bondo body filler.. straight edge rasp.. you can make rounded sander blocks with wood.. attach sand paper with spray adhesive.. or use a flexible sanding backer. create a new surface.. with as little bondo as possible.. then you smooth it out with glazing. .over and over.. once it looks like the car again and is smooth.. prime and sand.. buy fine grit emery cloth to maybe 400 grit, 600 grit , 1000 grit.. wet sand with water.. the glazing.. the primer.. put a dust coat of finish on and then reglaze where necessary.. anyone can do it and some people have more natural talent than others.. I just keep working at it.. and you can go ahead and spray it some.. then when you have time ,, sand it off and work on the contour some more.. until it is satisfactory.. those australian guys hitting the damaged area from the outside ,, uh, I dont think that applies here.. . . you could push a rounded wood from the inside and hammer the outside to resurface it. I would attack it from the inside if possible.. if not then dent pullers.. I have seen people drill 20 holes.. use a sliding hammer type dent puller.. it will need bondo I am sure.. if you drill holes in it prime it before applying bondo.. it will be a learning experience.. hell ya, do it in your spare time..
It's alright that will buff out haha what you think Hammer? Hammer it will buff out right? Try asking Hammerhands Advice he is a mechanic after all and probably seen or dealt with this a lot in his work. Or see if Hammerhand can recommend anyone great he knows and you can get to or on you local area. You sure the FBI ain't messing with you sending the punk kid to slow you down from your progress after all you are killing it with your programming and MWS skills so they might want to slow you down, just thinking. I'd say it the FEDS because you know too much and revealed the 923 I. One of your recent videos and I'm thinking they didn't like that because your telling the truth on an epic fast scale so they gotta slow you down somehow is what I'm thinking. Godbless you and God willing it doesn't cost you more than $250 and it's all fixed.
I'm not upset. Gives me something to do.
@Alpha Male Lifestyle: See the good thing is you can pay for it to be fixed... OR you can learn how to fix it yourself... AND it's not a life or death repair issue, it's cosmetic.. so you can sort of "gain experience" and produce a fairly good job.. and it's not a life or death issue...
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