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Old 02-29-2004, 08:27 PM
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any places in parkersburg that will replace panels

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I have been trying to find a place that will repair a rusty
cab corner I would do it myself but with my new business I haven't had the time anyone know of ta place that does good work? Most places will only bondo it up I am looking for a place to cut it out and weld in a new piece. It is a very small area but it aggreviates me. If I can't find any place I guess I will fix it myself but I would assume to pay someone to do it thanks for hte help in advance

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John, I would take it to vienna colision center, and ask for Mark. He is a great body man and a big Ford fan to. If not I can help you weld in a new panel.

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if you can weld panels I'll be hollerin' at you too. (In a few months) mine are hidden behind the fenders but I still want a nice job. I cant weld at all
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No problem, just let me know.

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Thanks for the advice Fitter. I know of Mark Just hadn't really thought of him. He is good friends with my Uncle (Erics Creative Art ) and I deal with Vienna Collision on a daily basis I just wasn't sure if they would do what I want or not but it is worth a try. Thanks again
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moon42, I would almost bet I've met you, I know Eric to, It's been alot of years since I've see either of them, but I used to run around with Mark alot. Do you remember the first job they did together ( a Harley )? I think it was called the black widow. But anyway Mark should be able to do anything you need.

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I remember the first bike that was Erics own harley and if I am not mistaken he still has it along with his Buell. He hasn't been dong much painting these days but in my opinion he is still the best custom painter around. Well gotta run ttyl
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