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post #16 of 16 (permalink) Old Mar 6th, 11, 6:35 PM Thread Starter
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Re: my canadian 67 build

ok so its been a while iv been on here. been trying to get back on my feet since i lost my job. but i figured id post a couple pics up of the car and keep you guys up to speed with whats been goin on.

so i started on the driver side fender. it was hit so i did my best on getting the dents out. but please remember this is my very first rodeo with stuff like this so its not amazing but it will work cuz im more about go then show.

fender before sanded (if you notice the lip is flattened pretty good.)


test fitting patch


patch being welded in(patch was about 3/4in to small width wise. did my best to make it fit)


lip cut out


have to remake where the fender bolts to the bottom of the firewall.


just made simple angle piece to weld in


new lip tacked in


undercoating that is all over the car EVERYWHERE! everytime i remove a panel i take off the old under coating.
before


after


well thats it for now. more to come soon. front end will be finished along with exhaust and hopefully will be swapping the 308's for some 373's before summer. thanks for looking
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