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Welcome. At least the front damage in your photo could mean the roof has been left without damage or distortion? Carefully check the roof shut line gaps and seals. Take it once through a car wash with the roof closed and check for any major leaks caused by damaged roof parts, most of which are not available new from a dealer. Project work without pressure to get the car on the road can be satisfying if you have a good dry workshop, tools, and plenty of time.

Check the top underside of the front wings, remove their gray foam if fitted and check for rust. If it's started, consider replacing both with aftermarkets and re-painting them with the hood and bumper to get the best paint color match.
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