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Old 07-23-2012, 08:56 PM   #1
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My build: The rebirth

Wanted to start a thread on my car as I bring it back from the Epic Fail . First pics of the dismantling

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Old 07-23-2012, 09:05 PM   #2
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goodluck on ur rebuild my good man

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what is it ur gona need. ? hood , bumper, fenders ?
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:11 PM   #3
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goodluck on ur rebuild my good man

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what is it ur gona need. ? hood , bumper, fenders ?
Yes all the above. Plus the headlight bezel . And its goin to have to b pulled out at the råd support.
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Old 07-25-2012, 02:04 PM   #4
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Having a heck of a time tryin to find a couple fenders. Neone?
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have u tried ebay? or latemodel?
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Old 07-25-2012, 04:50 PM   #6
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Having a heck of a time tryin to find a couple fenders. Neone?
Do you have any dismantling yards near you? You can always find them there
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Old 07-26-2012, 04:48 AM   #7
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have u tried ebay? or latemodel?
Yeah . Ive looked both places and they have them . Both theyre genuine Ford parts and pricey. Im tryin to keep the cost down cause i just got it back from a $4300 build, what lets c 2weeks ago, so yeah . I found a salvage yard that had them for $75a piece . But i removed the fenders last night and there not that bad. Just a pic of my pony in surgery

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Yeah . Ive looked both places and they have them . Both theyre genuine Ford parts and pricey. Im tryin to keep the cost down cause i just got it back from a $4300 build, what lets c 2weeks ago, so yeah . I found a salvage yard that had them for $75a piece . But i removed the fenders last night and there not that bad. Just a pic of my pony in surgery
damn ur taking her apart there in ur driveway ?
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Good luck man!
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Old 07-27-2012, 09:08 AM   #10
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damn ur taking her apart there in ur driveway ?
Yeap. No choice. Poorman has Poorman way. LOL. Ordered my header panel from discountautoparts . Com. All i could find on eBay was one for a cobra . Which would have worked, but they was the same price. Im working 12hrs a day on barges that get 160degrees so i dont feel like doing a whole lot when i get off .

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I Did get the fenders off and found out which way i need to pull it to get everything lined up. I Hope. Lookin at the fenders i think i can still use them other than fixing a little dent. What måde me think they needed replaced was the two mounting points that aré only accesible If u open the door was bent out of shape,a hammer and dolly will fix that . So im goin to borrow a 2ton comealong from
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I Did get the fenders off and found out which way i need to pull it to get everything lined up. I Hope. Lookin at the fenders i think i can still use them other than fixing a little dent. What måde me think they needed replaced was the two mounting points that aré only accesible If u open the door was bent out of shape,a hammer and dolly will fix that . So im goin to borrow a 2ton comealong from work and hook one end to my blazer and use c claps on the råd.support on hook on to clamps , put a strain on it and with a 4lb sledge, gently massage it back into place.
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Old 08-02-2012, 07:51 PM   #12
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Going slow putting my car back together. Working 12hrs a day and come home and work an hr or two on it. Have managed to get the air bag out,started wet sanding my bump cover while waiting on the header panel to b delivered,which i got today. Get five days off in a couple days,i'll spending them working on my car. Wife will b thrilled

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Old 08-04-2012, 11:31 PM   #13
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When I got my six the guy hit a gaurs rail head on and wrecked the front. I needed new headlights new headlight panel new bumper cover new control arms new swaybar links. After all that I found out my passenger side was still pushed back a little cause my pass tire would rub the fender well cover when I turned the wheel so I brought it to the local body shop and he pulled it out for 150 bucks which I thought was a good deal
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When I got my six the guy hit a gaurs rail head on and wrecked the front. I needed new headlights new headlight panel new bumper cover new control arms new swaybar links. After all that I found out my passenger side was still pushed back a little cause my pass tire would rub the fender well cover when I turned the wheel so I brought it to the local body shop and he pulled it out for 150 bucks which I thought was a good deal
That is an awesome price. Did he use a frame machine
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:30 PM   #15
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Yup he did I thought it was awesome too that's why I jumped on it
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:20 PM   #16
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So i decided to go with a pro. Ive tried a couple different things with a comalong but didnt have ne sucess. Called a local body shop he said $250, so i take it to him tomorrow.(my car is always gone) but when i get it back ive decided to go ahead with a total paint job. Already bought most of the materials. As a side note (say what u will)but harbor frieght kicks ***.

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Got what u c here for $160. Checked into the 7"polisher/sander from harb. freight b4 i bought it and didnt c one bad review so will c.
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