Yep, Super flimsy, 20 ga......you can literally twist the thing in your hands. I can't see a purpose for that except to hold the hood catch. ( which I ain't gonna have this time around)I also think those wheels will look good.
As long as your core support brackets are good and thick, I doubt you will be set back by having it removeable. You only cut out the top bar, correct?
When I originally ordered the current wheels, they were straight SN 95 replacements: 17x9's, and 17x10.5's.I may be wrong,but didn’t at one time,you say you needed a smaller width front wheel to Get the tires not to rub?
Nope, I think it's going completely orange this time around. Having those Photoshop'd pics earlier made a huge difference to my way of seeing it.Trying to remember your plan. Is the new hood going to be all black, or are you doing the orange with black center section again, or all orange? If its still up in the air, like the car pictured above, I like a body colored hood much more than a big black rectangle that stands out like a sore thumb. The black center section isnt bad, but all black.... If its not up in the air and you've chosen all black stand out like a sore thumb rectangle, then I guess you just get to know my opinion on it like your ol' digital gauges.
The stuff will get painted in the same space that the car sits currently. After it’s running, I’ll back it in and out of the garage to do the body work and paint the pieces. But,...that will be only after I get the space between the garage, and the living area sectioned off.Thats exactly why I wondered, lol. Cue paint booth V2.0, this time without the canopy parachute.
May I ask what the process is using the muriatic acid? Is it to kill the rust? Eat out the old seam sealer? Both? Neither?
What he said.Completely removes the rust
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