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    Celette Training Video

    Well worth watching. I hope this isn't catching on as a "how to" repair a Porsche.

    Big rivets, screws and attaching plates plus about 2 minutes of welding.. Will the torsional rigidity of the car suffer?

    A very nice Celette setup is the only positive take away from this video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tm4pi65F490
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    Member #226 R Gruppe Life Member #147
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    Well I figured that repair would include bonding. And it didn’t appear they removed any of the drill filings between the panels to be screwed and riveted. Just my observation.

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    when they put the fenders on, they never showed the door gap....

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    That is the cleanest body shop I've ever seen for a collision repair center.
    I can't imagine this repair would be cost effective anywhere in the western world. Probably cheaper to ship the car to Thailand for repair, and back.
    David

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