[Vwdiesel] 86 Golf goes to Garage tomorrow ! HOW MUCH is TOO MUCH?

Erik Lane erikjlane at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 14 01:44:51 EST 2004

There's also that filler bondo with the fiberglass
fibers built into it - it will fill all kinds of
holes! And of course the right way to do it - grind
away all the rust and weld in new metal. But that
takes some skill (and time) to do successfully. Then
bondo over the top to make it look like new.
--- LBaird119 at aol.com wrote:

>   One other thing.  If you want to "fix" the rust
> enough to get through 
> inspection 
> and then really fix it later.  A can of fill-a-crack
> foam, a little bondo and 
> a 
> matching spray can and it's "fixed!" ;-)  It'll look
> fine, even sound pretty 
> good but is quick and easy and you can take it out
> and really fix it later.  
> Quite a few body shops do quickie fixes like that. 
> A friend thought he 
> was doing me a favor having a rust spot fixed on my
> 914.  That was fine, 
> but the shop he thought he could trust did a foam
> fix.  NOT what I wanted 
> on a Porsche! (or any of MY cars.)
>      Loren
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