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Old 01-29-2012, 09:01 AM
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Default strut tower in bad shape! newbie here!

hi, i am a newbie here! i have a serious problem with my 1988 mustang! i picked it up off a guy and so i thought was in good shape for the year i was wrong! my front driver side strut tower is rusted out! any ideas on how to fix this mess or should i just scrap the car? it runs awsome has very lil rust what rust it does have is just lil surface rust except that strut tower! please any advice will help, thank you!!
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You may want to take it to a body shop and ask how much it would cost to cut out the rust and replace it from a donor car. Other option would be to get another fox body like a 6 or 4 banger for cheap that has a good body and transfer parts over.
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