Below are a series of pictures , as I "SLOWLY" start the restoration. I will attempt to post new pics as I do the different tasks . I will also try to remember to take before , during ,and after pics . I am also attempting to use as little body filler as possible . So far, I have been able to replace rusted metal with new , and only using filler to smooth out my "chicken scratches" (I'm not the best welder in town) As , you can plainly see.And yes , I know it would be easier to just replace the fender , but I haven't found a good one that I can afford. This is a VERY LOW BUDGET restoration.
I haven't taken any pictures yet, But I just got a new glass installed
in the back window today. The interior will finally be sealed up & protected from the rain and washings.
Top & Side Of Fender Before
Top Of Fender After
Side Of Fender Before
Side Of Fender During
Side of Fender After
Right Front Side "Lower" Edge Before
Right Front Side "Lower" Edge After Cutting
Right Front Side "Lower" Edge During Welding
Right Front Side "Lower" Edge After Grinding
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