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ROD KER THE GOOD OLD DAYS?

the good old bad old days, cars self-destructed from the inside out and often disintegrated before their tenth birthday. Times changed, and corrosion isn’t really an issue now. To confirm it, a wander around Halfords (other similar shops are available, of course) will reveal a relatively small amount of shelf space devoted to rust. Evidently our ferrous fiend is less of a threat than used to be the case. A car bought 20 years ago will probably still be only slightly frilly around the edges now, and is

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