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Post  nick3071 Thu Feb 12, 2015 9:16 am

I am in the process of "restoring" a Cox Thimble Drome Champion. I saw the photos and article in 2013 that crank posted on his restoration project which was excellent.
My question is , he referred to PC-7 as a "filler" for pitted marks on the cast metal, and I was wondering if anyone had other suggestions or if you have used Permatex liquid metal?

Thank you for anyone who has restored a Cox Metal car. Tired w/ Coffee Read
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Post  Mark Boesen Thu Feb 12, 2015 4:25 pm

i'd think you could use good o'l automotive spot putty?
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