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Hello everyone,

I hope you are well.

I'm looking for the best advice to repair a s14 recently acquired, this car was involve in a crash and definitely the person who worked on it did one of the worst jobs I have ever seen (see pictures).

I have been with different body shops and they recommend to cut the damage and weld the new part from another car but it's kind of hard find S14s, I was thinking of doing all of these parts (frame) tubular but would like your opinion before doing it.

Best regards,
F.
 

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Man, your car looks terrible. I won't invest in her. Buy another one. Once I lost my car keys, the point is that it was a rented car, I was thinking that I would never drive. Why could I be so stupid? I was disappointed and upset at that moment. It was at a big party with one of my friends. Music, alcohol, a lot of people in Singapore. I was in trouble, that's what I thought. Because I usually complicate things. But, my friends assured me that everything is ok. I had just to look for a locksmith singapore and the guy who came in 10 minutes made another key on the spot.
 

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they recommend to cut the damage and weld the new part from another car
That is the wisest course of action, it is going to cost you a lot to bring it back. Try to find one in a junkyard with those parts that are servicable and the body shop will take care of you.
 

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WOW, is this where we are with these cars now ? 10 years ago that car would've been parted out and scrapped. I would just spend some time searching for a "straight body" and go from there. You could spend the money and time getting it fixed, but its still going to be a mess.
 
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