Part Five Jeffs Question with answer 72 Dart update plus 73 ply rr B5 blue.wmv
Hope i didnt sound like i was coming off wrong in this video, i thought
about not even uploading it.....but it did have some usefull info.........
bear with me on this one ok?
Also uploaded afew images of a past comission build 1973 plymouth
Roadrunner restoration build and also detailed to the max.(kit bashed with
a AMT 1971 Dodge Charger)
hope you enjoy it! again sorry hope i didnt sound like i was coming off
Chevelle Full Floorpan Replacement Walkthrough Part 1
First part of the total floor pan restoration. The videos will show
basically each step from the very beginning even from the carpet all the
way to the end. There lots of pits and pieces out there but it skips info
that some people might need or not know already, so hopefully I can show it
all for any of the DIYers and beginngers, and I'm not a professional or
anything like that, I'm just a capable person and I like to try things
myself, especially since I don't have the money to get it done.
Control arm repair
Many Mopar lower control arms have a lot of slop between the torsion bar
pivot and the body of the control arm. This doesn't seem to cause a major
problem, but there's no reason not to fix it. The fix is actually quite
simple if you have a grinder/cut-off tool and a welder. Some arms were
actually more spot welded so they have to be drilled out. If I come upon
another set of those I will update the video or add a new one.
Cutting out rusted floor pans on my Cutlass
This is a video to made a while back that I never made public. Its showing
me removing the floor pans from my Cutlass to replace them with good
panelsI got from a car at the salvage yard.
Episode 70 Part 2 Seamless floor pan installation, 1965--70 Mustang, Autorestomod
We finish the installation of the National Parts Depot Mustang floor pan in our weekend
project 1968 Mustang
hardtop! In this episode we only replace the sections needed. Gary Jackson
shows how to cut, weld, and grind a pan for a seamless repair that will
give a factory look without using the full pan. This method will also be
easier due to less welding and grinding.
Sponsor: National Parts Depot