Proudly supports terrible french cars
- Sep 20, 2006
- Hull, England
- Cactus and Panda Classic
I meant letting dirt sit on it, the mud traps moisture which will dissolve your car, especially on the undercarriage. Not a huge problem in summer, but in winter it traps salt up against the body work too...
When I was looking at getting a Dolomite the owners club suggested I cleaned the underside of the car whenever I washed the body (at least fortnightly) if I wanted to avoid having it welded yearly. You own an elderly FIAT, one of few cars that could out rust a BL car. :lol:
He's galvanised, and solid underneath. The door issue might be getting sorted. I tried to be subtle twice, but ok... can you take a car thats just been waxed to the *bodyshop?
*Maybe, haven't decided yet.