Grand Prix user
When I fold an edge, if it is straight I like 2x4" wood. If it is curved, I like whichever DuraBlock is my least favorite, or I have a rubber 9" wet sanding block. I only use a metal dolly for the final pass. None of the above should touch the panel face, stay on the radius and watch how hard you hit it. Don't want to stretch that skin edge or bump it out.question for my online advisers? How should I go about folding the flange over in the rear when I go to finally put it all together? Is it just standard sneak up on it with a hammer and dolly, Or maybe a long dolly on the skin side anyway thanks.
I think if I were you and I had stepping dies for the bead roller, I might scribe it like timo then then very lightly roll a step. As a start, since its curved. My question is did the original rumble lids have the same radius on the bottom gap as the rest of the lid? I skinned a 31 Model A rumble lid and man it gets tight down there when opening.