Episode 69 Part 1 Installing a front floor pan in a 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70 Mustang, Autorestomod

Sponsor:http://www.nationalpartsdepot.com http://www.Mustangcentral.com This week we start the install of a partial floor pan in a 1968 Mustang. The metod we are using will allow you to hide the repair and not install a complete pan. It will also cut down on welds that need to be ground down. http://www.autorestomod.com

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Episode 70 Part 2 Seamless floor pan installation, 1965--70 Mustang, Autorestomod
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How To Full Floor Pan Install 1967 1968 Mustang Tips Tricks Episode 195 Autorestomod
Installing a full floor pan in a 1967 or 1968 Mustang will be easier with the tips offered by Allan Shepley from Mustang Central in Byron, GA. Home page: http://www.autorestomod.com/ Rate, ask questions, we are very good about responding! Thanks for watching! Jeff Ford Contact: Jford@autorestomod.com Sponsor: http://www.nationalpartsdepot.com Parts: Mustang Floor Pan Full Repro: 011135-1A Tools: (in order of preference) Plasma Cutter Cut off wheel Sawzall (in order of preference) Air Chisel Hammer and Chisel





Removing the passenger side floor pan in a 1965 Mustang.
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Welding Tips: Floorpan Lap and Butt Welds
Craig Hopkins uses his helmet cam to give you an up-close look of the timing, spacing and location of a proper weld. He starts by using a 3 inch grinder to flatten welds out, and then shows you how to create lap and butt welds that are four beads long. Use this helpful welding tips provided to enhance your classic car. For more of our Classic Car Restoration videos visit: http://bit.ly/2dWM2ft




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