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      Whether you've just walked around to see the rear of your car after an accident or you've removed interior trunk pieces and floor liners to get a look at the condition of body panels on an older vehicle, seeing compromised metal for the first time is a gut-wrenching feeling. The good news is that, unless damage to your vehicle means it is totaled, things can be repaired. Rotted panels can be cut out, new ones can be welded in, and pieces that are bent out of line can be replaced. Whether you're doing the work yourself or using a professional body shop, experts in the field all say the most important part of auto body repair is choosing quality replacement sheet metal pieces.

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    An Amazing Finish
    I've painted many items with Al's liner and its durability impresses me every time. I have also mixed other automotive tints in it for when I painted my Jeep OD Green. I love coating cars and speaker boxes with the stuff, it really toughens them up and I never have to really worry about damage from off roading or things being thrown in the truck against my sub box.
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