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that is nice work!
there is some very good restoration work being done nowadays in eastern europe.
A lot of germans now have their cars restored out there (Poland, Czech rep. etc) because the labour cost here is mad for a normal car resto.
And not as good :smile2:
 

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Very impressive fabrication/reconstruction work. 30 or so years ago I did some of this rust repair, but far from the level shown here. I would enjoy doing another rust repair, but not setup for this work and probably will not live long enough. Very satisfying work. Is MIG the method of welding? Real craftsmanship, thanks for sharing.
 

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Great work.
A simple "like" is not enough ... wow, she is looking beaut and will soon be one of the few rust free Alfa Spiders on the road!

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Great job.

Looks amazing so far.
that is nice work!
there is some very good restoration work being done nowadays in eastern europe.
A lot of germans now have their cars restored out there (Poland, Czech rep. etc) because the labour cost here is mad for a normal car resto.
And not as good <img src="http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/images/AlfaBB_2015/smilies/tango_face_smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
Thanks.
 

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Very impressive fabrication/reconstruction work. 30 or so years ago I did some of this rust repair, but far from the level shown here. I would enjoy doing another rust repair, but not setup for this work and probably will not live long enough. Very satisfying work. Is MIG the method of welding? Real craftsmanship, thanks for sharing.
Thank you.

Mostly I use MIG and, if necessary, TIG and Oxy / Acetylene welding.
 
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