Yeah, it was so frail that the welds basically just fell apart. Easier for me! Inside the cowl is actually perfect, save for some debris that I’m having a heck of a time getting all out. Just a few leaves but no rust.Right on Sean, another great metal work, mustang restoration video!
Did the firewall spot welds just fall apart with the air hammer?
You said the words pretty sure all of the rust repair will be done.
I guess the cowl is ok inside? Usually its in the same condition as old floors.
Don't remember you mentioning that in the vids.. Just curious.
Its looking good, so onto shell prep and paint?
Just chomping at the bit for the next vid.
Did the inside with lizard skin, going to do conventional undercoating on the bottom.STROKER CRANK!
I'm just saying.
Did you do both sides the trunk floor (top and bottom) with the home-brew lizard skin?
Looking forward to seeing it all in epoxy primer. Such a great milestone.
Thanks for the kind words. The drip rails were intact just had holes drilled from the original vinyl roof. I was welding them closed because it’s getting a painted roof. I’m more than happy to take pics from the work and post them, if that’s helpful.Aloha Sean
Another great Autoanatomy video!
Was hoping for more in depth on the drip rails. All I saw was 5 or 6 tac welds on top?, I thought it was factory welded on from underneath.
couldn't even tell what got replaced. Throw some test fit shots in please. I'm just dreading fixing my own I guess.
You always do such a nice job on your videos. Great editing and sound track and such. Keep it up!
I think the only way to step it up is to hire a attractive co host with really big..........rear tires on her mustang.
Engine looks more complete in background. Will go check the parts pile for 65 v8 spindles.
This gal, Alley Kreiling, would would work.
I know...and I’ve thrown/given away more 8.8s back in the day than I care to count. Buy they’re hard to find here in Colorado. Everyone here thinks they’re made of gold because they came from a 5.0 Mustang. I do have a line on an 8” from a ‘69 Mustang up in Denver, will know more tomorrow.Might I suggest an 8.8 ? They are everywhere
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