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My Shelby Daytonas

Repair Page 1

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Before and After

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Left side of work beginning just after pulling out rear.

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After many hours the metal work was finished and the bondo could be spread.

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Pictures of damage from inside the car after panels are removed.

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Disassembly of rear to do body repair and part replacement.

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This was after about 30 hours into the repair process, you can see that some of the stereo was left in and was moved around to do the work. All the rear panels were removed also. The majority of the damage occured because of the false bumper(the plastic on top of the bumper) not absorbing any of the hit, and the rear panel taking most of it along with the fiberglass sub box which was cracked in three places. His bumper was high, mine was low, doesn't work out for me very well in the end.

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