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Gerwyn

Gerwyn

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Gerwyn

Hi , just joined .... again. 

Just bought my latest 205 project and to say it's a bit rough is an understatement. Lots of rust and engine stripped and no bolts to attach all ancillaries, going to be expensive job . Also any help would be appreciated as looking for floor pans.

Great club 

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Gohn

holey moley

 

the peugeot shop lists different panel sections at different times

those aren't listed at the mo

you could send em an email : pr.classic@mpsa.com

 

thought maybe baker bm might have done them too but there's nothin on their site either

 

any 205's in breakers yards will probably have the same corrosion as yours anyway

 

it looks like a fair bit of fab work ahead, bite off a bit at a time

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DamirGTI

Done far worse than that ! .. usually it look's the worst than it actually is .

 

Floor repairs are bit more easy as , doesn't need to be "perfect" as far as looks (pop the carpet over and say nobody about it) .. like the other external parts of the shell which need careful patching welding filling painting etc. .

 

Bits needed for patching that up can be made from scratch from sheet metal , or can find an donor 205 with good floor and cut the parts you need for the repair .

 

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Tideee

Looks like a nice project that one......lightweight special :D

 

Good luck and defo in the right place on this forum for plenty of advice and knowledge from the many fantastic contributors :)

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SRDT

It's best to find a 205 to cut what you need but if you can't then the 309 is using the same floor pan pressing and some other bits here and there.

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Gerwyn

Thanks for the advice guys, it's a one job at a time project. 

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