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Corrosion on 911 wheels

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Talderton
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2022/08/04 20:44:21 (permalink)

Corrosion on 911 wheels

Help I own a 1977 911 Targa, I am having the car resprayed in the next few weeks but alas the garage does not have the necessary equipment to sort out the corrosion on the wheels, does anybody know of a company in the South West, Salcombe area who can rectify the problem ?

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tscaptain
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Re: Corrosion on 911 wheels 2022/08/04 20:56:52 (permalink)
Not Salcombe but your best bet is SWWR on Marsh Barton, Exeter.
https://www.southwestwheelrepairs.com/

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Re: Corrosion on 911 wheels 2022/08/04 21:21:14 (permalink)
tscaptain
Not Salcombe but your best bet is SWWR on Marsh Barton, Exeter.
https://www.southwestwheelrepairs.com/ 


+1. Speak to the owner, Bob Moore.
 
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