Hey guys ,
Just finished up all the body work on my 65 coupe finally. I have all the materials needed to try my best to paint this car myself, my only question is what would be the best way to ensure I don't have water when spraying my car. I've read posts were people just recommend a filter...
My 66 Convertible is a stock 289/2 bbl AT. I just replaced the original exhaust manifolds with HiPo ones, and changed from single to dual exhaust for a better sound. Any guess as to how much extra HP this will give me? I know it's nothing drastic but just curious.
Other than plugging the obvious holes or slots at the front or top of the cowl vent, is there any concern regarding spraying in there with the windshield wipers mechanisms in place? I plan to shoot the inside with that inside the chassis or frame rails black coating that uses a 6 way spray...
I have a 66 mustang convertible and I am contemplating installing the new upholstery and seat foams myself. Anyone have any good videos or links to videos that have pointers to help me through this process.
Trying to figure out the placement of the circled items. Not sure how the piece that goes behind the rear seat back stays in place. I have the cardboard divider in at the moment. Some pics of the 2 circled items would be appreciated. EDIT: I figured out the piece above the shock towers in the trunk.