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Too much rust

I'm almost done sanding the interior roof,and when I started to sand the area where the sun visors go,the piece had a lot of cancer.Don't know what to do.Has anyone ever had this part cut out and had it replaced.Is this piecethe same on a sedan as the 2dr. hrdtp.This looks like it is the main strength across the windsheild area.Looks like it is going to get more expensive.Can anyone around the San Jaquoan county recommend someone to talk to to get this looked at.Also has anyone removed the dash on a 2dr. hrdtp. to restore the underside.Tonight I'm really depresed.Thanks for all the help.
 

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It is rusted through in a few areas.don't know if it could be filled with filler or something.I'll try to take a picture and post it tomorrow.If I can figure out how to do it.
 

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i think its safe to say about the fact you COULD fill a rusty hole with filler is about the equivalent of "you COULD drive your car off a cliff into the ocean"...the answer is the same in both cases...your pretty much screwed either way.
 

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okay just sign up on putfile.com....prob similar to how you did for this web forum. then once your logged in, go to My Account at the top of the page, then Upload Pictures, and you should have your pics on the desktop of your computer and just click "desktop" in the left column, or if they are in a different folder just go ahead and find the folder and select it, the box to the right will have thumbnails of all the pictures, just select the ones you want, then hit send.

after that u can just go to my account, Organize Pictures...u should see them there, or the album they are in if you put them in an album...

it sounds like a lot but its not really should take 2 seconds to do. post back if you need more direction.
 
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