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Heya everyone, long time no speak, hope you're all doing well this dreary January 😊

Really sorry if this has been addressed elsewhere but I was only able to find posts from a good few years back which seemed outdated 😅

As the title states I'm looking for some suggestions for rust repairers. Unsurprisingly my rear wheel arches have seen better days and I'd like to get them sorted before the lovely summer heat kicks in. I've spoken to the mx5 restorer and whilst I'm sure they would do an amazing job, my pockets don't go quite as deep as they want. I know cheaper isn't usually better, but I've had no other quotes to compare it with so I thought I'd ask here and shop around. I'm based in Peterborough but not too fussed about distance, obviously the closer the better but it's not too much of a restricting factor.

I've attached (not the best, sorry about that) photos of the arches, the drivers side is the significantly worst out of the two.
Hood Automotive tire Tread Asphalt Fender

Tire Wheel Automotive tire Hood Tread

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Tire Wheel Vehicle Car Automotive tire

Tire Wheel Automotive tire Tread Synthetic rubber

Cloud Automotive tire Tire Tread Wood
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