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Old 01-10-2015, 08:20 PM   #106
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^+1 i think as long as its a little surface rust that comes off with a wire wheel then you'll be fine with do pro 15 on it. Or even some sound deadener


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Old 01-11-2015, 10:34 PM   #107
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I think you guys are right, I got up under there with the wire wheel, and it cleaned up nicely. I can't get to all the books and crannies, so if I don't decide to do anything drastic, I'll probably reach what I can, then hit everything with some rust encapsulator/POR15 and go from there.

When I have more time, I'll get more progress pictures up.

Sorry, I'm learning that I tend to overreact when it comes to rust...but it scares me a little bit! Thanks for the reassurance!
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Old 01-13-2015, 04:35 PM   #108
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Youre not alone with fear for rust! It scares me just as much


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Old 01-17-2015, 05:50 PM   #109
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Got some time, finished removing the rest of the rear seat support. I made a patch from where they made the "repair". Pretty happy with the patch - worked out well. Also test fitted the seat brace and upper panel. They fit well - a little massaging to get them to line up just right, but not too bad. Test fitting, all my measurements were spot on.

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I made a patch using a good spot from some of the metal I cut out:
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Test fitting went well - still need to do a little working to get it to fit perfect, then I'll drill holes and burn it all in.
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Old 01-17-2015, 08:32 PM   #110
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Nice! Looking good!


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Old 01-25-2015, 10:20 AM   #111
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Quick update, got some free time to melt some metal...I'm crazy so I painted the not-easy-to-reach parts before they went on, even though everything is primed. 68 welds later (and about a dozen to go on the seat brace):

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This 2-3 hours each week is killing me! At this rate I'll be too old to drive by the time I'm done with this car!
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Looking good, body/metalwork took forever on my car but I'm glad I spent the time to do it right. That thing is gonna be beautiful when it's all done
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Your Mustang is lookin great! Awesome progress! I can't wait to see this whole thing come together. Seeing other guys peace together their mustangs makes me want to work on mine waaaay more! Iowa is a little cold for any garage work right now though
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Old 02-10-2015, 10:59 PM   #114
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Thanks guys! I've been so busy I haven't touched the mustang in a couple weeks. It's killing me!
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Finally got some time...on valentines day none the less! I finished off the welding of the rear seat brace, I'll do the grinding of welds sometime when I'm bored . Anyway, I cut out the bulk of the roof, and got started on cleaning up the welding points. I'm taking a tip I learned on YouTube and I'm grinding away the welds than cleaning the welding surface to leave as much parent metal as possible.

Anyway, here are pictures of what was underneath the roof (surface rust, but solid - TBD if I'll replace the braces), and the damage from the jackhole that put a sunroof in her back in the day. Then one of the new roof - looks like everything should fit okay when all the old metal is gone.

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I don't want to mess up the original GT hood, but I have an extra hood. I think I'm going to look into making a hood scoop using the old roof. We will see how much I screw it up :/

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Getting after it. Keep it up!


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Old 02-15-2015, 12:37 AM   #117
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It looks like it's coming along nicely. My 70 challenger T/A is in this stage of its restoration also. Getting all the rust off, replacing body panels, lining up the body, and what not. It's a lot of work but when it's done, can't wait...


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Keep up the great work buddy! I wish I had the space and equipment to do what you're doing. Good job!


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Old 02-16-2015, 07:31 PM   #119
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Thanks!

So it turns out my wife is into a new show, so poor me, I've gotten a lot of garage time! Anyway, I managed to clean up most of the welding surfaces for the roof. The tough part was getting the remainder of the roof metal out of the drip rail area without damaging the drip rail itself. It required some precision angle grinding, and I still have to do the passenger side.

There were a couple spots where the cutting wheel slipped as I was removing the roof and cut a little into the brace, so I welded them up. I also test fit the roof again, and I'm thinking it should work out well.

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So the safety tip of the week is to hang on to your angle grinder. I was wire wheeling, and it caught an edge and got yanked right out of my hand. Kinda scary watching it dance around on the ground - glad it missed anything important!
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Old 02-16-2015, 08:11 PM   #120
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Looking good!


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Looking great! Love seeing projects like this.

My Dad and I have been working off and on on his '69 Camaro (I know, I know, but it's numbers-matching and he's the only owner). The mechanic working on it dropped the front subframe and found the area where the bushings mount it to the rest of the body were so rusty the front end probably would have fallen off the car on it's first drive...LOL. It's all mechanically sound now and driving well, but has a lot of body work in its future.
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Thanks! You know, if it's an old car that you're working on and enjoying, who cares if it's a Camaro or vette or jeep or mustang or VW bug? As long as you like it, and you're enjoying working on it and hopefully learning from it, then rock on!
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Evan's 67 Project

So there's someone with a first generation Camaro on the forum...
Looks like we need a Challenger or Cuda on the forum...
I got that covered, 70 Challenger T/A.
Looks like the big three have reps for their respected pony cars on the forum...
Now it's a party...

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Old 02-21-2015, 01:58 PM   #124
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Thanks! And I have come to love POR 15... the car spent about 30 years under a tarp in the backyard, so there is plenty of surface rust on unpainted parts. In fact, the guy that fixed the subframe painted the whole thing with POR 15... very smart idea.
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I nearly bought one... RS Z/28, factory cross ram intake built 383 stroker 750hp...Click image for larger version

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Perfect for a little Sunday drive! LOL.
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Great for our quite neighbourhood lol


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Not to get too far off-topic, but a little sneak-peek at the rebuilt engine on my dad's Camaro.

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Lookin good guys! And don't worry, I'll be here to bring us back on subject

So I got some time today and did more cleaning of drip rails, etc. I have some rust converter on the way, and want to apply it to the hard to reach areas before putting the new roof on. But I uncovered some asshattery from back in the day. Someone filled a hole with gobs of filler. I cut out the offending area. I oopsed a little with the cutting wheel, so welded up where I went too deep. I started cleaning up the welds before catching myself: nobody will ever ever see this area, why am I grinding those welds?

Anyway, rust converter in the hole and a patch to follow.

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Your grinding it because you know it's there!


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And it's easier to get to now then in a few years.... Nice work tho
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So I FINALLY had so e time to get into the garage. My rust converter arrived, both spray and brush form.i went after the roof braces and some inner surfaces with the wire wheel, then I used the spray to reach into the non-reachable parts, and brushed onto the reachable ones. I also painted the inside of the new roof...because I'm insane. We are getting close to being able to put the new roof on. I still have to make and weld in the patch from a few weeks ago, but that shouldn't be too terrible. Click image for larger version

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^ Looking nice! What did you paint the inside of the roof with? Matte POR-15 or the rust converter you got?
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^ Looking nice! What did you paint the inside of the roof with? Matte POR-15 or the rust converter you got?

Thanks! I had a quart of rust Encapsulator left over from back when I did the rear axle - overkill since it's new metal and primed, but that's okay. Because it's the roof, I don't mind the brush streaks since it will be hidden anyway. Once the rust converter has done it's thing, I'll probably use the same quart in the trunk drop downs and the other hidden parts since I have it already.
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Thanks...let's hope I can keep it up for the roof install!
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Great looking work, you've really got her stripped down! I wish I had the space to take my 68 down that far but I'm working out of one side of our 2 car garage. Look forward to seeing more of your progress.


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I'm actually surprise how much room it has taken. We have a two car garage also, but it's deeper so I have a workbench and some space. But I built shelves running the length on each side which are packed with parts, and I have a ton of new parts in boxes in the basement. I have plans to build more shelving the will go above the door opening, that will give me lots more room. You can see all the interior and trunk lid up on the shelves. Things are gonna get interesting when I get to the engine bay...

The deal I have with my wife is that the garage is all mine as long as she can park in there and get in and out of her car without issue.

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