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A couple of months ago I hit a deer, just stunned her and she ran away. Not to much damage but broke up my grill in about 3 places and knocked out a big chunk as well as the emblem flying away.

I was going to order a new grill off eBay but decided to play with this broken one. Got some JBWeld, bondo, flat back paint and some 99 cent numbers from Autozone. A couple of new clips from the dealer.

I don't know how long I will keep it but it did turn out kinda good!! (at least I think so :clap:)

It's one of a kind! I am thinking of flat blacking the bumpers as they are pretty bad and I don't have the cash for a repaint.


 

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Thanks! If I knew if would turn out so good I would have taken before and after pictures! It was nearly in 3 pieces, just hanging together by little sections, with a large chunk broken off completely and a 1"X2" chunk just gone. Amazing stuff JBWeld!
 

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hey thats sweet dude. i thought about paintin mine but i always have a "chip" problem with "anything" i paint no matter how much i prep.:hammer:. why did you go flat and not gloss black?. wonder if that pearl black color would look good...
 

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hey thats sweet dude. i thought about paintin mine but i always have a "chip" problem with "anything" i paint no matter how much i prep.:hammer:. why did you go flat and not gloss black?. wonder if that pearl black color would look good...
For one flat hides flaws while gross brings the flaws out, and it's harder to do good gloss from a rattle can, flat is easier to touch up... and finally, I like the flat black look! :thumbsup:
 
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