So this is a pretty exciting time during any automobile restoration. Basically, your car is stripped down and looking very uninspiring…then comes the quarter panels. It can make a real difference in the way the car looks. Here are some photos of the left quarter panel getting glued and welded on the 1970 Ford Mustang […]
Automotive & Mechanical
I was born to work with my hands, so that's what I try to do as much as possible. I enjoy fixing things, from cars to trucks to motorcycles. I also like to tinker with small engine repair and have tons of experience with repairing chainsaws, lawnmowers, and many other types of appliances and tools with small engines and motors. In this category, I share stories that cover my adventures and experiences doing such things. I discuss various automobile and small machine repairs in great detail as well as walk you through the process of different types of mechanical maintenance. Oh yeah, I write about my tool collection as well.
Well someone was pretty busy yesterday. I think Jeff is a very happy man, now that he has somewhere to post all his Ford Mustang photos and brag about all his hard work. Anyway, here are a few more photos of yesterday’s work: – The driver’s side door was temporarily hung on vehicle to check […]
More work completed on Jeff G’s 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. The photos of the rust hole on the lower lock pillar was cut out and a patch panel welded in on May 3rd. I will post a “completed” photo in the next post. The photos of the door skin replacement was done on May […]
Jeff has done some handywork on the 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Here is the list of updates: The rear sheetmetal was temporarily hung for alignments of both proper gaps and proper fit. Lots of vise-grips! – New quarter panels were hung – Rear window filler was installed – Outer wheelhouses were hung – Trunk […]
Who da man? I’ll tell you…Jeff’s the man. I am trying to diversify these blog posts with something more than my own exciting life. I think you are in for a treat with this. My brother, Jeff, recently purchased a 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in somewhat of a compromised condition. Obviously, this car is […]
What a nice day for a ride. Pulling my bike out from the basement and giving it a good wash was on my agenda for the weekend. I would say it hit about 80 degrees today. Not bad for the 22nd of April. Well, that’s what my thermometer said in the shade. I got my […]