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Mending instead of ending

There's joy in mending things. Often, to really mend something, pieces need to be replaced. That's not always worth the expense or time though. To really fix this large hole that existed on the rear interior hatch panel, I'd need a new panel. But do I? Do I even want to?

Mending the part meant it wouldn't be perfect. The crack was large and had existed for quite a while. The plastic pieces did not want to lay nicely. Still, with a little bit of effort and a lot of decades old 5min epoxy that took nearly 5 days to cure, it looks quite a bit better.

The crack is still visible, but at least now it's a crack and not a hole where things would snag on its sharp corners.

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