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10-07-2010 04:58 PM
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The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Dust Boots The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Dust Boots
Details on how to fabricate dust boots for a shifter lever and emergency brake lever, with a modified light switch cover used for the mounting trim.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
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The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Flip-Flop Pedal Pads The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Flip-Flop Pedal Pads
Details on how to make matching gas, brake, and clutch pedal pads from $0.50 flip-flops.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
4
The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Homemade Third Brake Light The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Homemade Third Brake Light
How to fabricate a homemade third brake light from a piece of aluminum tubing. Includes details on using dropped-ceiling plastic material for lenses, wiring, and making oak end caps.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
10
The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Interior Panels The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Interior Panels
How to fabricate interior panels from scratch. Includes details on fabricating flat and curved panels, attaching panels with button head stud screws, using a button press to make buttons, covering panels with 1/4" closed-cell foam, making...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
11
The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Oak Interior Trims The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Oak Interior Trims
Describes how to cut and shape oak for interior trim pieces for a hot rod. Includes details on making windshield trim, upholstered door window trim, and rear window trim.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
0
Tips for Having Your Car Professionally Upholstered Tips for Having Your Car Professionally Upholstered
Collection of tips for working with an upholstery shop on your car interior. Details on handling wiring, mounting seats, windows and garnish molding, heat shields and insulators, tack strip, head liner, and pricing.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
11

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