PICS: 2much BONDO doesn't mean the RETURN of the Camry Coupe

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Old 14 Apr 2009, 03:57 pm   #1 (permalink)
JLA
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Default PICS: 2much BONDO doesn't mean the RETURN of the Camry Coupe

This is what you get when you mix some serious damage, someone's
aversion to body shops, a lot of wasted time, and the ignorant belief
that Bondo and duct tape can fix anything.

This sad-looking fifth-generation Toyota Camry was spotted in Dallas,
Texas wearing enough Bondo to make 3M consider expanding instead of
downsizing in this tough economy.

Stylists will applaud the effort on maintaining the window line as
well as returning a Camry Coupe to Toyota's lineup but surely judges
will take points off for the roof bulge. If it can be ignored that it
looks like the passenger side has been overrun by some sort of sci-fi
mold and oh - it appears that you can't open the right side doors...
well, there's not much else left to say about it, is there? Have a
look for yourself below

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Old 14 Apr 2009, 04:16 pm   #2 (permalink)
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JLA wrote:
> This is what you get when you mix some serious damage, someone's
> aversion to body shops, a lot of wasted time, and the ignorant belief
> that Bondo and duct tape can fix anything.
>
> This sad-looking fifth-generation Toyota Camry was spotted in Dallas,
> Texas wearing enough Bondo to make 3M consider expanding instead of
> downsizing in this tough economy.
>
> Stylists will applaud the effort on maintaining the window line as
> well as returning a Camry Coupe to Toyota's lineup but surely judges
> will take points off for the roof bulge. If it can be ignored that it
> looks like the passenger side has been overrun by some sort of sci-fi
> mold and oh - it appears that you can't open the right side doors...
> well, there's not much else left to say about it, is there? Have a
> look for yourself below
>
> View the attachments for this post at:
> http://www.jlaforums.com/viewtopic.p...42828#19742828
>

A little sanding, a couple of cans of spray paint and it will look good
as new.
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Old 18 Apr 2009, 12:39 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: PICS: 2much BONDO doesn't mean the RETURN of the Camry Coupe


> > JLA wrote:
> > This is what you get when you mix some serious damage, someone's
> > aversion to body shops, a lot of wasted time, and the ignorant

belief
> > that Bondo and duct tape can fix anything.
> >
> > This sad-looking fifth-generation Toyota Camry was spotted in

Dallas,
> > Texas wearing enough Bondo to make 3M consider expanding instead

of
> > downsizing in this tough economy.
> >
> > Stylists will applaud the effort on maintaining the window line

as
> > well as returning a Camry Coupe to Toyota's lineup but surely

judges
> > will take points off for the roof bulge. If it can be ignored

that it
> > looks like the passenger side has been overrun by some sort of

sci-fi
> > mold and oh - it appears that you can't open the right side

doors...
> > well, there's not much else left to say about it, is there? Have

a
> > look for yourself below
> >
> > View the attachments for this post at:
> > http://www.jlaforums.com/viewtopic.p...42828#19742828
> >
> >

> Fat Moe wrote:
>
> A little sanding, a couple of cans of spray paint and it will look

good
> as new.


As long as it is a can of Krylon

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Old 19 Apr 2009, 07:18 am   #4 (permalink)
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On Apr 14, 3:57*pm, i...@jlaenterprises-dot-com.no-spam.invalid (JLA)
wrote:
> This is what you get when you mix some serious damage, someone's
> aversion to body shops, a lot of wasted time, and the ignorant belief
> that Bondo and duct tape can fix anything.
>
> This sad-looking fifth-generation Toyota Camry was spotted in Dallas,
> Texas wearing enough Bondo to make 3M consider expanding instead of
> downsizing in this tough economy. *
>
> Stylists will applaud the effort on maintaining the window line as
> well as returning a Camry Coupe to Toyota's lineup but surely judges
> will take points off for the roof bulge. If it can be ignored that it
> looks like the passenger side has been overrun by some sort of sci-fi
> mold and oh - *it appears that you can't open the right side doors...
> well, there's not much else left to say about it, is there? Have a
> look for yourself below
>
> View the attachments for this post at:http://www.jlaforums.com/viewtopic.p...42828#19742828


And the doors are sealed shut, what do you want to bet a few cases of
beer were involved.
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