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    Undercarriage repair and refresh

    As the title says does anyone know a place that will clean/strip the undercarriage of my s14 repair and rust they see and then give it a good coating ? Basically a refurb on the underside ?

    I dont mind traveling for it so distance is not a option i had the car undersealed but the bloke havnt even cleaned the underside and it starting to peel !

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    Plenty now.

    365 Performance.

    Bespoke Automotive.

    Auto Torque.

    SR Autobodies (but the wait list is 2 years).

    Axer Fab.

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    Ty buddy

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    Very welcome, it's nice to see that a lot more people are interested in it. Will keep many cars alive for a long time.

    I still haven't sussed where to send mine but I have a lot of saving to do first.

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    I believe Sean Chessum at Sump Scrapers does it as well.

    Good guy.

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    another vote for sumpscuffers (not sump scrapers ). those lads know these cars inside out.
    Sr autobodies are also very good but the waiting list is mental.

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    Rusterbuster in Spalding did mine.

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    Axerfab here in South Wales is fantastic.

    You only need two tools in life - wd-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the wd-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.

    And if you can't fix it with a hammer,you've got an electrical problem!

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