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#1
Ringo

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Hi All

 

I have just noticed that the floor pan is pushed up by what looks like a jack stand right under the passenger seat 

 

Its right under the box channel where the the front of the seat is mounted on ( part closer to the center of the car)

 

 

Is there any access points on the box that could be used to hammer the floor down again with wood ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Alb

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Do you know who did it Chris?



#3
Ringo

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Hi Alb

 

I got the wheels reconditioned and got a cracked under tray replaced also at 2 different places, I got this done before the car was stored away to keep the mileage down as prices are rising

 

I got an ST to fill the void so I could still drive something with the 5 cylinder note at a reasonable price

 

That was a few months ago and I only seen it last night,  its visible that its freshly done and I'm gutted

 

I only looked under the car with a torch last night to check the wax coating was OK 



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Flying Fish

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I'd speak to a good body shop re this, so ensure you do the right thing with the right tools !  


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Ringo

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Here's a few pictures

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Ultimate Green RS

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Here's a few pictures

looks like trolley jack damage


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UG RScott

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Jesus I'd be livid!!!  :f:

 

Whoever has done than has defo known about it....hoping you wouldn't notice.... :whistle:

 

I'd be paying the wheel refurb company a visit.

 

Hope you get it sorted Chris.



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5_Pot_Pops

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That is shocking. Given the value of these cars, as said above, best take it to a good body shop and forget about a block of wood and hammer. If the metal has creased then it's not a 5 minute job so you really need a good panel beater with the correct tools for the job. You could reduce the cost by removing seat, carpet etc to give them access to fix it.






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