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    Refixing bits

    My car was originally a cat C, apparently the offside front wing was badly damaged, along with the driver door.

    I guess things aren't "quite" right underneath because the panelling inside the wheel arch isn't fitted normally. the top panel has a screw going into a rawplug. The bottom panel to which the underengine cover is attached, has a few missing screws and nowhere to attach them. It wasn't too bad until one of the screws on the back of the under engine cover seized and I had to cut that one out, it means the cover is now inadequately supported and bounces slightly, on bumps. Doesn't make much of a noise, just a slight clinking, but I'm concerned it's just going to get worse as things work loose.

    SO I'm contemplating, either drilling and using a rawplug to hold the bottom panel, or using something like "No More Nails" to hold that wheel-arch panel in place.

    Any thoughts anyone?
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    I would have to see a few pictures
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