http://lectricgenius.blogspot.com/ Repairing a totaled car which was flipped across two lanes of an interstate. I replaced both quarter panels, the roof, all four doors, the hood, the fenders, and both bumpers. The only thing on the car thats still original is the decklid.
Car accident cut In half!
This summer I installed a used rear section on a Honda Accord. My dad (Ray)
gave me a hand cuz I only had one. It was a fun project. This video gives
you a look into what it takes to splice a car in half and put it back
lesson on welding thin steel,
Demonstrating the use of alloyed steels,as a heat sink, to prevent
distortion and burning thru,
when welding panel steel or thin materials.
Videos are for reference and entertainment only: Even tho they are based
on step by step guide - If you attempt a repair like the one seen in this
video please use the proper safety equipment,
Episode #2 - Door Pillar Replacement
In this episode Brad replaces the lower door pillar in his 1956 Volkswagen
Beetle. Watch as he shapes, forms, aligns, welds, and grinds the new metal
so you'd never know it didn't come like that from the factory, with lots of
helpful tips and tricks along the way.
The Mighty Duke - Portable Auto Body and Frame Machine - Collision Repair System
Wagner-Martin Development LLC presents The Mighty Duke! This innovative
collision repair system is perfect for all size auto body repair and frame
shops! It is fast to set-up, powerful, provides incredibly smooth feel-back
to the user, easily rolls away and takes up little space when not in use.
Inexpensive, but strong floor anchors are flush with the floor, can't be
tripped over, and it won't cost a small fortune to set up shop in a new
facility should you decide to move to another location. Patent Pending.
Expected website launch date Jan. 13, 2013. www.TheMightyDuke.co. Questions
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Unsafe Auto Body Repair
Fraud committed by Insurance company promoting bad auto body repairs using
Direct Repair Program and releasing unsafe nonrepaired vehicle.
Episode #4 - Metal Panel Replacement Techniques
In this episode Brad reviews three common techniques for welding
replacement steel panels or patches into vehicles. The episode ends with
the installation of the patch panel he made in Episode 1.