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- n. A thick, resilient coating applied to the underbody or chassis of an automobile to protect against damage from small stones, etc, which would rapidly chip ordinary paint and allowing rusting to begin.
- v. To coat (the underbody or chassis of a vehicle) with underseal.
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- n. seal consisting of a coating of a tar or rubberlike material on the underside of a motor vehicle to retard corrosion
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My favorite photograph was this one although this one also is nice, but the evidence is incomplete because 10 photographs including their female companions are still, I believe, underseal.
The juges decision which Christy will digest for us tomorrow is in response to some really bullshit carping about Fitz filing thing ex parte the judge can read it but the defense cannot and filing things underseal.
Some, like mahogany and leather, were expected, but others like oil, petrol, underseal, and felt were more surprising.
I'm actually having £500 worth of work done to the bodywork to take care of some rust around the wheel arches and door bottoms and renew the underseal etc.
Surface Processing has developed a chemical immersion process that removes paint, grease, oil, underseal, adhesives and sound-deadening material.
The new process is also claimed to improve the working environment for engineers; by removing paint, adhesive and underseal, any further preparation work such as welding is done on clean metal, avoiding the release of noxious fumes and lowering the fire risk.
On the rear end of the ML 63 AMG â€œ10th Anniversaryâ€, the underseal in Himalaya grey mirrors the design of the front end.
A matching Himalaya grey underseal and fog lamp fittings form a delightful contrast to the exterior paintwork in metallic obsidian black, metallic iridium silver and calcite white.