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Hello. I have no access to a welder, a cutter, a grinder, nor the neccasary skills to use them (although I am going in for Body Work apprenticiship in the fall! :D ).

The front fender of my 1991 Mustang has rusted pretty well through about two inches directly around the top of the wheel opening, and along side the inside of the fender.

The metal around seems solid. Is this in need of a new fender, or can I snad it all down and replace the rusted area with fiberglass matt and resin?

This will by no means be a show car, or a perfect repair. But if this is not the proper way to do it, I won't bother.

Thanks guys.
 

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Much easier..and the deal with metal finishing and such is used when working on something for which those kind of parts are not economically available..or in the case where one has a crease or dent to pull out and make straight and the part is sound..

Sam
 
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