Introduction: Bad/ Careless Delivery Service

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This is how the postal service delivered my last radio.

Step 1: Collecting All the Pieces

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I found all the large pieces and as much of the smaller ones I could salvage.

Step 2: Matching the Pieces

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I then did a dry test and matched up as many pieces as I could.

Step 3: Glueing the Pieces Together

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I used tape to hold the parts of the radio case while the glue dried.

Step 4: Bondo

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I then used bondo to fill out the spaces where the smaller pieces were.i then sanded and painted using a plastic cover paint.

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Lorddrake (author)2017-11-22

it is hard to tell from the last picture, did you keep the wicker and dye it burgundy or did you replace it with a different material?

jveazey (author)Lorddrake2017-11-23

I had to replace the grill cloth it was torn during shipping.

Toxictom (author)2016-07-25

Describe how you made the repairs and this would be a good instructable. Without some commentary it is just before and after photos.

jveazey (author)Toxictom2016-07-26

Thank you for some reason all my text did not show in the listing.I am surprised the editors let it post.

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Bio: I have a group on facebook.South La. radio restoration and collecting.
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