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1988 Jaguar XJ6 3.6L has severe and minor rusts the size of golf ball to grapefruit, how much would it cost?

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It depends on the quality of work that needs to be done , so check with two opinions to confirm and decide. Also this can be done with a patch up using iron mesh and fillings. but the job will be only temporary as the cost will be minimal.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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