Aluminium as a car body material?

2 months 1 week ago #330 by kingpanel
Aluminum is hardly susceptible to rusting as steel. In cities near the sea or large places where much salt is used to control the ice in the winter, the aluminum section will not be full of holes after 10 years and the paint is unlikely to crack and crack. Precipitation hardening aluminum is half the strength of mild steel, but four times lighter Aluminum composite material does not corrode.

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