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Thread: Is this an example of Michigan Body Work?

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    Is this an example of Michigan Body Work?

    Altho I see a couple Colorado plates also, so maybe this is an Interstate job.

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    HEY, that is the only way we can remember what states we have visited.......and takes care of rust issues too boot

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    plus they are readily available from our local correctional institutions..
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    They're called mending plates

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    Yep that there is real funny licensed body & fender work.
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