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horriblehoog
    
whats the best way to patch up trim holes
I have a 53 bel air , I have just take off all the trim to get it ready for paint , but im not putting all the trim back on. What is the best way to patch up the existing holes that are from the brackets that hold the trim on?
thanks horrible hoog
posted: November 15, 2008
 
    
 
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nailheadforty
    
SIMPLEST WAY I KNOW IS TO USE A MIG OR TIG WELDER. HOLD A PIECE OF COPPER BEHIND THE PANEL (MAY NEED HELP) JUST FILL THE HOLE WITH WELD. IF ITS A LARGER HOLE SUCH AS DOOR HANDLES, I THEN MAKE A PLUG TO FIT THE HOLE AND WELD IT IN PLACE. BESURE AN KEEP THE HEAT DOWN SO THINGS DON'T WARP ON YA.
GOOD LUCK
NAILHEADFORTY
posted:  November 15, 2008
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