Thanks Todd, I am careful. I have used it on projects cars in the past 30 years. Most of the danger is sanding dust, if you get good at filing you don"t have to sand it, but I wear a respirator even when I file it. Anyway my next project will be installing the trunk gutters.
Not much progress on the 69, just grinding some plug welds. I have been helping my son on his 76 Camaro. His daily driver quit so we are trying to get his project going that he has had for 3 years. I painted it last week so we are putting it back together, still have to put the interior back in it.
Making quick work of it! Not many people can do lead still. I was taught it in Auto Body school but never did any real world stuff. Doubt I could even do it now. Great job so far, and looking forward to more progress!
I started to cut out the floors, the replacement floor I have came with the car when I bought it. The floor is split down the middle in two pieces, I don't remember seeing anyone on here install this kind. I guess it will be just more welding for me.
Is it me, or do the toeboards look wider than the floor's outer edge? I see two part stickers on it, so it's most likely two individual parts... but yes--- you will have more welding along that center seam. No biggy.. but double-check those toeboards. They look funky.
I have been working on my floors. Since my full floor is in two pieces I am just doing one side at a time. I have one side cut out and ready. The floor fits perfect. Today I sanded the floor and epoxy primed it. I have the seat riser cleaned and painted also. Next time I work on it I will get to start welding it in.