This Bronco was just the body shell when it was brought to the shop. The inner front structure had been removed and new sheet metal had been purchased. The shell was put on the rotisserie and sand blasted then epoxy primed. The left quarter panel needed to be replaced as well as the front floor pans. More new panels were ordered, and then installed. The owner was preparing the chassis so that the body could be bolted back to it and the doors and front sheet metal could be fit for proper alignment before welding it all back together. Continue reading 1975 Ford Bronco
After disassembly it was determined that due to accident damage that both quarter panels and trunk floor needed replacement. The right fender and door were also replaced.
This is a 428 Cobra-Jet 4 speed car. It came to me from Albuquerque, NM and has been apart for about 20 years.
The owner rebuilt the drive line on this vehicle but contacted Continue reading 1970 428 Cougar Eliminator
This car came to me after a neighbor saw my 1968 Mustang convertible in my garage. He was looking for a car and after some discussions he purchased this from my friend (and the 68 Shelby owner) in New Mexico.