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stephendouglas 09-14-2017 04:19 AM

Metal Fabrication
 
Hi
I am a person who likes to do some fab works. But can't play with my 1951 Chev, which is presented to me by my uncle before he left the US.

Last week, my friend, who is a crazy guy, had a drive in it and when he returned, I found the front fender in a damaged condition, got bulged inwards. I felt so sad. Anyways, I am planning to do some repair work for my car. The door, fenders are almost in a shabby condition.

I don't want to experiment with my fab works. As I consider it very precious, I want some help for replacing the fenders. I almost tried to get the parts, but I think it is unavailable.

Now, my friend suggested taking help from some metal fabrication companies. I don't know whether it will be possible. I have researched some companies in Toronto, dealing with metal manufacturing and fabrication. Someone kindly suggests if you have taken such services. Thank you.

alwaysFlOoReD 09-14-2017 11:27 AM

Can you show some pictures of the damaged area? We can help when we can see what exactly you are dealing with.

Captainfab 09-21-2017 04:52 PM

It sounds to me like you need to find an auto restoration shop rather than a metal fabrication shop. You need someone with experience in vintage auto body work.

TheBandit 09-22-2017 07:26 PM

Based on the language and the link in the post this may be spam

CarterKraft 09-22-2017 11:11 PM

Fried spam

stephendouglas 09-27-2017 08:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alwaysFlOoReD (Post 143688)
Can you show some pictures of the damaged area? We can help when we can see what exactly you are dealing with.

Will update with the pics soon.

stephendouglas 09-27-2017 08:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captainfab (Post 143720)
It sounds to me like you need to find an auto restoration shop rather than a metal fabrication shop. You need someone with experience in vintage auto body work.

Thank you. It was a suggestion from my friend.


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