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Re: body work

To: spridgets@autox.team.net, craig@papillon.its.yale.edu
Subject: Re: body work
From: Mark Vanderlinden <mavanderlinden@dttus.com>
Date: 05 Aug 1999 16:13:09 -0500
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     I recently purchased the book from Lindsay Porter on restoring midgets 
     (do not know title. May see list from one month ago where the porter 
     book was discussed). This book in detail discusses body work.
     Good bodying,

Subject: body work
Author:  craig@papillon.its.yale.edu at Internet-USA
Date:    8/5/99 1:21 PM

This topic has probably come up before - please forgive me.
How does one go about eradicating small rust "hot spots" to keep them from sprea
ding and and otherwise restore the body to perfect condition, including prepping
 for paint? I realize this is a very broad question and must sound kind of like
"how does one do engine work". Let me rephrase:
It would be nice to be able to do bodywork on these cars. Where do I begin? Is t
hat any better? Hmmm..
74 Midget

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