The corrosion that is corruption

| 07/11/2011

Many of us will remember the “Good Old Days” when driving along South Sound was akin to driving in snowy northern forests. The milky coloured marl used for the road whirled over the cars and the vegetation at the side of the road. Danger lurked but did not become apparent for some time. Sooner or later (and in the case of Fiats it was sooner), the high salt content of the marl corroded the undersides and wheel arches of our cars. And it was only a question of when, not if, the hidden devastation to the vehicle showed itself  –  usually in the rainy season when dirty water started appearing unannounced in the floor pan.

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