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  • Axxe55

    Gentleman Farmer! (Retired!)
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    Just needs new seats, interior panels, and a new pine tree air freshener.

    Kinda curious what they were welding on so much they lit the carpet on fire.

    Many years ago, in a body shop I worked at we did a restoration of the interior of a BMW that caught on fire. Not anywhere as bad as that one in the video, and it was really more smoke damage than fire damage. Insurance paid to replace most all of the interior components.

    But no matter how much it was cleaned, it still retained that chemical smoke smell inside the car.

    I don't think you can ever fully get the smoke smell out.
     

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