Was skipping the body shop a good idea?

  • Markus Volimas - 6 years ago

    He could at least have used sheet metal screws.

  • Tim - 6 years ago

    Some paper tape and a couple of hits with drywall mud would finish off the job very nicely. Be sure to use lightweight mud so as not to upset the front end weight distribution. May need an alignment to compensate?

  • Thomas - 6 years ago

    I would have drilled holes and used zip ties, but can't fault their method.

  • Wayne - 6 years ago

    Needs taping and sanding then some primer and paint.

  • dr john - 6 years ago

    depends if the repo man is coming in the next 2 weeks

  • Tom - 6 years ago

    I agree with the others - should have used exterior grade screws.

  • paul smith - 6 years ago

    This is a thousand dollar repair in a shop!

  • Jim Fletcher - 6 years ago

    Are you sure it's a repair, it looks factory?

  • Gayle Rollins - 6 years ago

    Brilliant in concept, bogus in execution. Some stainless or painted panhead screws would have made all the difference!

  • Tom - 6 years ago

    Well my only comment would be... don't use interior drywall screws on an exterior project. Get some good ol' stainless screws so they'll hold up longer.

  • Peter - 6 years ago

    The factory should have made it that way in the beginning. This is an after market improvement. Hopefully the owner continued his/her design through the rest of the car including the non damaged sections. Call it the "Mad Max" edition.

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