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Depending on what part of Texas it came from. I lived in east Texas for a few years and stuff rusted horribly there due to the humidity. And sneaky rust that would eat through the front lip of a hood or trunklid from the inside. I never saw so many rusted out drip rails as I did in Texas.
 
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Depending on what part of Texas it came from. I lived in east Texas for a few years and stuff rusted horribly there due to the humidity. And sneaky rust that would eat through the front lip of a hood or trunklid from the inside. I never saw so many rusted out drip rails as I did in Texas.
I think NW LA is the same way...but it is not as bad as living in NE Ohio.

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