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New to the world of restoration and body work... Hello to all. I'm here looking for some advice on bodywork. I have started sandblasting my 67 Barracuda and realize that I am unaware of how to properly prepare the bare sheet metal after it's been blasted. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 
Hi. Hi fellows.  EAST COAST RACER - LAND SPEED.  Been trying to get to the salt, but it isnt working with me.  
Wow, time flies! We've been up to a bunch of stuff. William should get his 65 F-100 back from engine builder tomorrow. Davis and his Mustang making progress with converting the six cylinder to a V8 302. Engine should go in this weekend. Ranchero still waiting for some upholstery love for the bucket seats. Material sitting over a  year now. we have more install videos for the Galaxie, Truck and Mustang on our youtube channel. Too ...
Your First Classic Car Paint Job Are you ready to paint your classic car? Is this your first paint job? If so you need to know a few things before you attempt this undertaking. I don't want to discourage anybody from paint their own classic car but it is not as easy as it sounds. Obviously if your ready to paint your classic car then the body work is done because that is a topic for another article. If your are truly ready to paint your car then it is ...
Your First Car Restoration First let's start by saying it doesn't matter what car you start with to restore. There is no doubt that it makes a difference if you like the car or not, it will spare you some agony if you like the car. In your first car restoration you should not be looking for a car for investment reasons.   You should be looking to learn all you can about auto restoration. The nest step is to set a budget for your project. Keep ...
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