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  1. Sandblasting cabinet set-up
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  3. Restoring a Utility Trailer
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My 68 Charger

  • Wonder were this was found?
Ha Ha
    Wonder were this was found? Ha Ha
  • Full length floor pans do not cover rear foot area.
The gray "paint" around the missing panel is actually weld thru. When i welded the patch panel in, I needed something to keep the rust out between the joining panels.
    Full length floor pans do not cover rear foot area. The gray "paint" around the missing panel is actually weld thru. When i welded the patch panel in, I needed something to keep the rust out between the joining panels.
  • I installed Brand new floor pans from Yearone.
I really took my time with the new pans.
    I installed Brand new floor pans from Yearone. I really took my time with the new pans.
  • Notice were I plug welded the floor pans to the underside frame rails of the Charger. After that I grind ed down the welds even with the pan for more of a factory look.
    Notice were I plug welded the floor pans to the underside frame rails of the Charger. After that I grind ed down the welds even with the pan for more of a factory look.
Wonder were this was found?
Ha Ha
Wonder were this was found? Ha Ha

My Project Car

To your left is my 1968 Dodge Charger.  One of my all-time favorite Mopar car. A true muscle car.

Well, it's about time for me to get back to work on her.

As I continue the restoration work, I will be filming and taking photo's of my progress.

383 engine block

Set up a Sandblaster
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In this video I replace to braided rubber hoses that connect to the sandblasting gun.
I have had this sandblasting cabinet for over 10 years & have used it on a lot of different things.
You are only limited to what can fit thru the sandblasting cabinet door.
You can use several different types of media blasting material. I happen to use Glass-beads.

You can use Aluminum oxide, ground glass media. Also try Walnut shells to remove paint & carbon deposits.

Also a soda blasting unit that you will never destroy any car panels because there is NO heat build-up.