1968 Chevrolet Camaro Quarter Panel Replacement Video V8TV

http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - Replacing quarter panels on an American muscle car is major surgery, but it is not impossible. In this video, we take you through the steps we took to replace a rusty quarter panel on our 1968 Camaro with a new full quarter panel from Classic Industries. Covers removal, fitment, welding, and finishing with Eastwood Body Solder "lead" kit.

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1968 Camaro "Reloaded" Sheet Metal Alignment and Panel Gaps Video V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - Now that the Camaro was covered in BASF Epoxy Primer, It was time to make the car a roller and put the body panels back on. We start by installing the sub frame and making sure it is square. Once the car can roll, we started putting on doors, fenders, hood, etc. With a little persuasion, the gaps were all lined up and the car is ready for body work.





Quarter Panel Replacement Tips How To Video 1969 Camaro "Lou's Change" V8TV
http://www.v8speedshop.com - 314-783-8325 - The quarter panels were hiding rust and previous crash damage on the 1969 Camaro called "Lou's Change", so we replaced them with a pair of full quarter panels from Classic Industries. This video explains a few tips to replacing quarter panels successfully. Call us at 314.783.8325 if you'd like help with your restoration project.





1968 Camaro Fender Rust Repair How-To Video V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - In this installment, we tackle the common problem of rusty muscle car fenders. Using a repair panel form Classic Industries, some 3M grinding wheels, and an HTP MIG 200 and Quickspot II spot welder, we cut out the crust and weld in new steel for an undetectable repair.





1968 Camaro "Reloaded" Sand Blasting Video V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - All the metal work on our 1968 Camaro project, "Reloaded", was finally done. The next step was to send the body tub to the sand blaster to find any hidden rust. Once we got the car back, we repaired any rust we couldn't find before and put the whole car in BASF Black Epoxy Primer with a new 3M AccuSpray spray gun. Next, gap adjustments and body work!




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