Witness the "scratched" Subaru Forester repaired as new under Russian hands
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Witness the “scratched” Subaru Forester repaired as new under Russian hands


The last time we talked about Arthur Tussik and his amazing car repair talent was almost 3 months ago. Back then, we saw this Russian mechanic carry out a repair of a Tesla Model 3 that had a head fractured accident. Today, in this new 16 minute longer video, we will once again witness Tussik’s workmanship with a Subaru Forester.

Video of Russian mechanic Arthur Tussik repairing the Subaru Forester

Things are a bit more complicated this time because the Japanese SUV is badly damaged not only in the front but also on the side. All front panels need to be replaced while the right door and a rear corner panel will need repair. To do all this, Tussik needs to put the car on a rack and remove the relevant interior details.

The original spoiled appearance of the Subaru Forester

The original spoiled appearance of the Subaru Forester

After fixing the rear corner cladding, Tussik moved his hand into the passenger door on the right behind with a little more complicated work. Finally, Tussik advanced to the front passenger door which also suffered damage under the door cladding.

Arthur Tussik extremely meticulous with his work

Arthur Tussik extremely meticulous with his work

Once the work on the right was completed, Tussik moved on to repair the front. Luckily, the car’s engine and radiator seem to be intact. Therefore, the Russian mechanic only needs to replace a beam supporting the radiator and a part of the structure supporting the fenders.

The vehicle form after a successful repair

The vehicle form after a successful repair

When all the front panels were in place, including the bonnet, fenders, bumpers, and headlights, Tussik began installing the upper part of the radiator support frame. Spray paint quickly on newly replaced engine compartments and the car is ready to be delivered to the owner, who will take it to a body painting shop to repaint completely.

All Tussik’s work took a total of 8 days, and as usual, it was a great job.

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