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I just did mine , I prepped and painted it like everything else. I’m not sure what it’s made of. I sanded it by hand so I wouldn’t go through it....
If you were local in NJ I’d look at it for you.
That’s a hardened pin I don’t think you can drill it. I’ve taken a bunch out . Like I said I lay it across the jaws of a vice with half the pin...
I just put the shaft on a vice with the jaws opened up enough for the pin to go through and hit it out with a punch.
Yep there’s a plate on the inside of the mount that will tighten the ball socket down.
If it the arm that moves , you can tighten it up after you take it off , you’ll see the screws in the bottom of the mount.
Probably because there are a million fords out there and only a handful of e bodies left to restore. Well at least I can’t find one that the owner...
Looks like a good flick
Sounds like the hinges are worn out. When the hood is closed you shouldn’t be able to move the hood up and down when you try to move it from the back.
There is nothing there. I spoke to Detroit Muscle Tecnologies about that once and he’s not aware of anything that goes there .
You beat me to it LOL
Those are called Clecos . You drill a 1/8 hole and there is a special pliers that takes them in and out. A must have when replacing panels on...
That’s one of the few pieces they don’t reproduce or at least I’ve never seen it. Bad place for rust, how is the roof? The good thing is if you...
Thanks, looking forward to meeting you at the tent tomorrow
Chances of finding a good one is slim. Mine had the typical scratches from the wipers and a good polisher can make it look new.
I’m pretty sure it a diaphragm. I did this about 6 years ago.
I always swing by but never know anyone. Like to put a face to the people I talk to.
I made a little bracket and mount it on the master cylinder stud.
2 lights blink on each side.
I’ll be there with 2 cars