Video series on the 1966 DIY Mustang Restoration. This video series demonstrates how to restore a Mustang with only basic hand tools on a low budget. Because that is exactly what we had to work with.
In the last Mustang video, we welded the outer wheelhouse onto the car. Now we are ready to prime any bare metal, seam seal our adjoining parts, and prep the wheelhouse for undercoating. First we sanded everything to assure it was ready to spray coatings. Once scuffed, we sprayed the bare metal using self etch […]
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More vehicles are being made out of Aluminum to decrease vehicle weight. With more aluminum being use, brings to challenges to collision repair technicians. Aluminum and steel touching each other creates galvanic corrosion, which is going to be a challenge in the collision repair industry.