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 Blog Posts
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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 […]