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well , hail
#1217008 Fri May 12 2017 08:34 PM
Joined: Nov 2016
Posts: 42
dbwr Offline OP
Wrench Fetcher
My poor gal had a 57 year run of no hail damage;
after monday storm (tennis ball size) now hood has
several dings. Rest of truck ok, no broken glass.
Any tricks for flatenning out 1" shallow depth dings ?

1960 C20
Re: well , hail
dbwr #1217010 Fri May 12 2017 08:48 PM
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The paintless dent guys can work miracles. Although they prefer today's lighter weight panels.šŸ› 

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