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Postby h-bot » Fri Feb 15, 2002 5:16 pm

From: cst70rocket_REMOVE_460516_THIS_@yahoo.com


I got the car home and I was wrong,it is the front A-arm bracket that has come loose from the unibody. If anyone has delt with this,please reply!
Thanks,
Kirk


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Damn don't everybody answer at once!

Postby h-bot » Sat Feb 16, 2002 1:13 pm

From: mylesgt_REMOVE_273162_THIS_@yahoo.com


Kirk

As I mentioned on HBody, the Sunbird
I looked at in Orlando had the same problem. As it
sat, it needed some rebuilding around the tower area.
Although I do quite a bit of my own work here, this level
of repair needed a jig at a professional shop
competent to work on unibodies.

It sounds like you
need to travel this same path. If the car can't be
moved, take lots of pictures, and start hitting the
shops for prices/time frame. Get references and ask
lots of questions. Once you've got all that stuff
nailed down, you can then evaluate the fate of that
Sunbird.

Also, if you've got pics, post em. Maybe someone here
can give you an idea of what you're in
for.

cya
myles


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