the begeaning of the 40 years crisis
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(08-25-2015, 12:51 AM)senioryefet Wrote:
(08-23-2015, 10:28 PM)Mustangmike Wrote: Looks like you are doing it right. Although I see a few challenge areas I have seen cars in much worse condition. What's your plan of attack for repairing the rust damage to the inner structural pieces?

Nice work....looking forward to seeing more pictures of the restoration work.

I plan to rebuild it piece by piece (CO welding)
I also thinking of option to add structure reinforcement and supports more then the original.

STEP BY STEP

That'll work...please keep us updated!
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my first work with MIG Welder
I cut the old rusty plate and weld a new plate with reinforcement in the back.
also use some rust converter, not including the area that need future welding.


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Well not a concours repair but should be strong enough. A word to the wise you need to coat the underside of the panel with something such as, truck bed liner or ??? as that flat panel will vibrate like crazy between the welds. Bed liner, sound proofing or something similar, will deaden the vibration and keep it from driving you nuts! Just a thought. JTS 71 Mach1
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(10-20-2015, 12:01 AM)JTS71 Mach1 Wrote: Well not a concours repair but should be strong enough. A word to the wise you need to coat the underside of the panel with something such as, truck bed liner or ??? as that flat panel will vibrate like crazy between the welds. Bed liner, sound proofing or something similar, will deaden the vibration and keep it from driving you nuts! Just a thought. JTS 71 Mach1

Thanks for the tip I'm going to use it
also I headed some progress with the passenger side floor
I attached some pictures.


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Well You closed the hole. What you may not realize is that all those ribs, valleys, bends, in the original panels are there for strength, and rigidity. For general repairs, what you've done is adequate, but it has compromised the strength of the floor, to some degree. For a daily driver you shouldn't ever have a problem with this kind of repair, but it's not the best way to do it. Just some more thoughts on the subject. JTS 71 Mach1
"We built these cars to drive the "HELL" out of them, not to be museum pieces!"  Carroll Shelby

2008 Mustang V6 5 speed "Diablo Sport Predator" tuner, 87 octane tune. WOW!
1994 Ford F150 Shortbed
1986 Honda 450 Rebel
1995 Honda Pacific Coast
1989 Jacobra / Jag xjs
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Hi everyone
after a "short" break I resume my working on the "horse"
as more i digge as more problem i discover and more fun for me.
I add some photos


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Wow - the poor car sure has seen it's share of moist salt air!
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(01-18-2016, 02:12 AM)Steven Harris Wrote: Wow - the poor car sure has seen it's share of moist salt air!


yes The previous owner of the car lives about 6 km from the sea.

new plate after reinforcement in the back.


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The left wall of the vehicle


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(03-07-2016, 12:36 AM)senioryefet Wrote: The left wall of the vehicle




right :)
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