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Can You Restore A Rusted Car? – Part 2. Rust repair, rust removal, and rust prevention. If you do this, you’ll never have to repair rust on your car, DIY with My Friend Pete. How to fix rust. Repairing rust on your car is something that should be done quickly to prevent it from spreading. You can paint the rust prevention on the car yourself. If you follow this rust prevention guide, you won’t get in a bad rust situation in the first place. Do It Yourself Car Repairs With DIY AUTO SCHOOL and SWRNC.
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  1. Jeremy R

    Damn that plasma cutter is sweet, never used one, cuts like butter..
    Damn! Really did a number on your arm..

    I have to replace a rocker panel on my 05 volvo S60R, previously replaced with a shit aftermarket part.. it's a money pit and I got too much money in it to let it continue to rust, I plan on keeping it another 100k.

  2. The88katana600

    We got bleeder ………. MEDIC ! hope you didn't hit anything important my friend .

  3. webnothing

    Why not tell this customer to get fucked with this rusted out piece of shit? Just throw it into a compactor and throw up your arms when he asks why you did it.

  4. bill howe

    Looks like your doing the chicken dance Pete.

  5. Guillermo Nieri

    Challenging, to say the least. Never give up; that is my motto. You are not the type of guy that will throw the towel, but, on this project …..; we'll all learn a whole lot from this project. Thank you.

  6. PDSVIDEO1966

    You need to get some sort of lift in Moab to make you life easier and for filming.

  7. Jeff Ruebens

    The owner must have some sort of emotional attachment to this Benz, for more money into it than it is worth. The only cars I would consider for this are my 1969 Impala and 1972 Barracuda, if I still had them. Money wise, I buy cars with 10,000 to 50,000 miles, the last one a CX-5 from Atlanta with next to no corrosion and 2015 electronics and gas mileage. It made the recent Car & Driver 10Best list for how it drives, and was on the Consumer Reports top ten list for reliability a year ago (not their newest list).

  8. overbuilt automotive

    i like over built just not most bmw or mercrazdies denzes over built is good wen your the one doing it as in the oem world a commitity of guys bean counters mess it up in most cases

  9. D.I.Y. AUTO SCHOOL

    It turns out to be a "BLOODY MESS" at the end of the day, But we're NOT GIVING UP! Now Support My Friend Pete and check out the Merchandise above this comment… Thanks for watching.

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