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    Big paint chip

    I have a place on the RR fender where the paint is peeling back from the sheet metal -- actually, it looks like there is 1 mm thick bondo under the paint -- but it is peeling back in about a 2" large peice. I don't have the $$ to fully repaint the car right now.

    What would be a way to temporarily fix this area so it at least looks ok from a distance? I'd like the fix to last at least 2 years until I repaint the whole car.

    Thanks!

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    Randy,
    I had a little chip peeling off my hood seam...

    I used super glue... very carefully... with out getting ANY of it on the paint

    Not sure how it will work on a piece that big...

    good luck
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