Undercoating and POR-15 on 1957 Chevy MUSCLE CARS & HOT RODS episode 79
In this episode we look at a 1957 Chevy Business coupe that needs some undercoating and POR-15 on the frame in preparation for a crate motor T-56 Transmission, and vintage air. Then we introduce the 1968 Chevy Pick up project and show some of the metal work and bodywork. Lastly we get a quick update on Jeff's 1972 Dart and how the short block bench seat and instrument cluster are coming along.
DIY POR15 - How To Apply POR15 To a Floorpan on 66 Mustang
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Frame Prep for POR 15. PB Blaster & Paint Stripping Disk
Finishing the frame of my 1972 Chevy 4X4 for POR 15. I recommend a paint
stripping disk to drill down to fresher metal and a wire wheel for places
that will shred the disk. A can of PB Blaster is amazing for breaking rust
nuts and bolts loose.
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Flexible finish protects surfaces from abrasions, and deadens sound
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How to Apply POR 15 to Eliminate Rust Forever!
Rust repair and and corrosion prevention are necessary steps to restore a
classic vehicle. Tool Dude Tony shows you how to permanently stop rust
using the three-step process and chemicals from POR 15.
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This is another episode in the '57 Studebaker Silver Hawk Restoration
Project. Here is a link to the playlist of all my videos in this series:
How To Undercoat Your Car - ValuGard Undercoating
ValuGard Undercoating is a cosmetically attractive black coating that
provides insulation, sound deadening and anti corrosive protection to cars,
trucks, and R.V.s. Wax-based, it remains flexible in the coldest
temperatures, yet, will not drip or run under even extreme high
temperature. Automobile Manufacturer Engineering Approved. For more
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1978 Chevy Truck Frame Painted With POR-15
As a part of hotrodding my latest truck project I've removed all the old
paint and rust off the front frame rails and crossmembers using a wire
brush cup wheel on a Peanut Grinder. Next I sprayed the entire front end
down with Easy Off Oven Cleaner and scrubbed it in really well and then
rinsed everything off with water.
Next I sprayed the entire front portion of the frame down with the POR-15
"Prep Ready" to etch the metal and prepare it for the POR-15. After this
step I again washed all the residue off and then dried the frame till it
was bone-dry using a Metro-Vac MetroBlaster SideKick to use air to blast
out all the water. Metal has to be bone dry before applying POR-15 Paint.
After the frame was completely dried I applied the POR-15 using a quality
paint brush and the results came out awesome! The front part of the frame
looks better then new and it will never rust, at least not in my lifetime.
Longterm Rust Test
I decided to do my own long term rust test. Below are links on rust testing
done by others. For now I will use Por 15, but the results will may change
my mind. The Apple cider vinegar blew my mind.
Hot Rod Magazine article
Rust Bullet Video
Underbody POR-15 Prep.
This weekend I did a lot of work and painted the entire underside of the
car. It looks like I got mostly everywhere, but I'll probably second guess
myself until I drive myself crazy, so I'll probably do one more coat, just
to be safe.
Country Classic Cars Tour - Part Seven - Hot Rod Muscle Car Project Cars Vintage Classics
This is the seventh part in my tour of Country Classic Cars in Staunton IL.
As you can see from the videos, they have a huge inventory of hot rods and
classic cars. The generally have about 600 vintage classics up for sale at
any given time. I hope you like the tour...thanks for watching!
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
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Bouncy, Grooving 2010