Q: Frame issues on a Mitsubishi GLX

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I have a Mitsubishi GLX I 95 engine 14,011 miles. Gearbox, electric no problems. It stats fine. did engine tuneup, all new brakes, but the body has seen better days. Is this the lst repair or do I keep on?

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