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£60 more like to patch that little corner. Rear beam looks crusty might want to prod and poke around a bit more before deciding what to do with it.

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There's a lot of work that needs to be done here. Depends if you want it done well or just a patch. And it will need undercoating and respraying to look perfect again. Lots of cutting and fabricating. 3 or 4 pieces of sheet steel. Priming. Filler. Antirust coating. I'd figure at least a whole day of work, maybe 5 or 6 hours to be complete. Skilled work too. I'd quote £300+ to restore to like new again.

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Oh. Probably game over then.

The parts will always be in demand if there's somewhere off road to store it or under a tarp.

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Patch it.

Job done.

Drive for a year.

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