Patch Panels are on their way. ISO welder(?)

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  1. GrawvyRobber
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    Ordered patch panels for the rear quarters on my wagon. Anyone here or know of anyone that can cut out rust and weld em in? Will pay in cash or *any deed necessary.

    Also will need paint after which is going to be rough on the wallet... Any recommendations are greatly appreciated! One more step to being (visibly) rust free!

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    If you want to PM me your contact info, I can ask my buddy.
     
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    Gonna give this a whirl on my car in the near future. Fingers crossed!
     
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    Yeah, I'd love to as well. Keep us updated on how it works out/cost...
     
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    Both panels + Shipping was $215:

    https://www.subiesavers.com/impreza
     
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    Curious to see what you think of them and how they work out. Please take pics if you can.

    I just bought a rust free sedan shell to make my own patch panels... Haha.
     
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    WHAAAAAT!!!?
     
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    I just bought a rust free sedan shell to make my own patch panels... Haha.[/QUOTE]

    WHAT JOSH SAID!!!!
     
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    Bugeye? If so, I'll buy some front body pieces :bounce:
     
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    That was half the reason for buying in the first place. Haha.
     
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    Me gusta! I need a MBP sedan front end to swap on my wagon :ninja:
     
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    Still need
     
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    I'm looking for someone who can repair strut tower rot. Do Subiesavers sell panels for that?

    2005 Saabaru Aero that I haven't checked yet. Minimal rust otherwise, but is there a non-rotted strut tower on a 2002-2007 wagon?
     
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    Anyone know a shop willing to do this if I cant find someone?

    Should I just learn how to weld?
     

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