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“Rust never sleeps”
- In this case not for 54 years anyway..😜 But you are doing a great job of putting it to bed!!

Nice jig and I totally respect your PVC action for your window storage..👍

Welcome! Great project and future restomod. Following!
 

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Thank you guys. Honestly I don't have much. I have my 110V welder, an angle grinder, and for bending/forming just scrap tubing, clamps, vice grips, and mallets. I'd love to expand to more metal forming tools, but space/hobby budget limited there. Between the repairs and additional structural changes, I definitely hope to never have to worry about the integrity!

Any rust repair is understandably nerve racking. I think it just lost it's sting after realizing the entire car would need it.
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That just makes it that much more more impressive. A true testament to your ingenuity and abilities!
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OK,
Now you really peaked my interest. This may be the first Coyote swap “Cortex” install we’ve had on the forum. Maybe just the first I have read? Good stuff! (Correction: I guess I should have commented “Coyote style” swap however utilizing a Voodoo👍)
 
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