Saabnut Posted December 8, 2022 Author Share Posted December 8, 2022 As the weather outside has stopped outdoor fun, I have a bit of time to update this thread. It never fails to amaze me how some people will go to a huge amount of effort to bodge something when very little extra would have done a good job. Their efforts worked though, I have been around classic cars for 25+ years and I did not spot the bodges. When I bought it I spent a lot of time checking the usual rot points on a P5b but A posts are not renowned for serious rot. In the previous owners defence, it lasted for at least the 12 years I have owned it. Against that, because it was bodged, what would have been a simple repair has festered away unseen and made a much bigger job. I will let the photos courtesy of @GingerNuttz tell the story so far puddlethumper, Joey spud, Dyslexic Viking and 4 others 2 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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