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Finally getting round to some work on my 2000 multispace. Hoovered it for the first time in my ownership (2 years). Now I want to tackle a dent in a sliding door. Useful info here on how to get the inside panel off, many thanks. And I set the clock - didn't have the time right for 2 years. As you can see vehicle maintainance is not my forte. Big Grin [/size][/font]Cheers
Julian.
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Better late than never. Not that I can say much, had to use a bucket and shovel to clear mine out last time !!

Anyway, hello to you and welcome - fancy coming round to sort my dents out?
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