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better late than never.....was really busy lately

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KOLj-BEn2Jk3dopoAVsifqXZeEybuP6O

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1h5_qqEN7kyVJeq7se8rgmsNqDjjmjeto

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Wx_WqnOSuAEgIgiT4-ZDTwq-fL5cqlJn

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1guTGss1Y_9e-f5ROhm7IDRyllWeAYJ0P

Roof was repainted...before

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hyX-7RG-S3OqOHzuSj2SLlNCThbhY6oC

after

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1o67viZdgJwYUMPnS4KgjOjLLwSmGh7YZ

 

A few things didn't come out perfect, that door line is a little warped, but there is no rust which is all I care about.

The instructor at the school said I can bring it back next school year if I notice any rust bubbles appear, maybe I would, depends on how it goes. If I notice a few bubbles, I'll just deal with it.

 

 

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by the way

The car was fluid filmed recently, and it is extremely dirty. That's what all the black stuff is on the rocker. The dirt stuck to the fluid film that was on the wheel well. I'll have to give it a good wax/sealant. 

If rust reappears, that would really suck but hey, maybe I can learn to weld.

I could always buy another Cobalt if I really wanted in a few years. 

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Looking Good! I really doubt the rust will reappear any time soon, but then again who I am to say.

Other than that, everything looks in great shape.

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