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  • Yeah it’s best to get the complete panel instead of patching. Unless it’s somewhere on the bottom. At least that’s how i feel

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    • The one benefit is that I'll be replacing both sills so i will take the opportunity to clean up and treat any surface rust inside the box sections whilst the sills are off and then paint with a suitable weld through primer.
      Watsons frame in a standard length front, they said it was impossible ...

      Build Thread - standard length round nose B series with Watsons frame, it is possible

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      • Yeah that helps a lot and in some cases you find out how "good" the repairs of the previous owner(s) are

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        • Hopefully none, the car is a 96 Cooper and I bought it in 98 with 4500 miles lol
          Watsons frame in a standard length front, they said it was impossible ...

          Build Thread - standard length round nose B series with Watsons frame, it is possible

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          • Hahaha wel in that case you can only find out how good your own repairs have been during that period.. LOL..
            I've found some interesting repairs on several cars in the past.. Welding patches over rust holes and a lot of body filler over that same patch, for example..

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