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Old 07-05-2018, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default Things You Will Do Differently Next Time

I was asked to install painted fenders, splash aprons and reproduction running boards on a 1931 Model A.

NEXT TIME, or if it was mine: I'd assemble everything in bare steel, or semi finished primer off the car, cut the welting, check fender beads to running boards. Long punches are great for aligning holes but shouldn't have to be used as pry bars. Bob
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