CCRC LIVE! March 2022

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Welcome all! Please put your questions in the comment section as Mark and Terry answer your Classic Car problems. Need to find a part? Need help with paint application? These guys know a thing or two! Join us at 5:00pm CT tonight.

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5 Responses to “CCRC LIVE! March 2022”

  1. Robert Van Heule
    Robert Van Heule

    MyQuestion regarding the body work on right side of quarter panel has a gas cover and the danger of fire if cut the quarter panel to fit the new panel by welding it. It’s there a safe way to perform this work?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Robert,

      Thank you for contacting us.

      The safest way of course is to drain the fuel tank and remove it prior to working on the quarter panel.
      This can also allow better access to the mounting flanges for welding.
      Can a quarter panel be replaced with the fuel tank in place?
      Certainly…. but you need to pay close attention to how close you are to the tank and/or filler neck and fuel lines.
      Welding blankets and good ventilation can also help, but if I have any question whatsoever I pull the tank.

      If you have any other questions, please chat, email, or call Customer Service. 

      Sincerely,
      Sarah
      Classic Car Restoration Club Video Membership

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  2. CLIFFORD
    CLIFFORD

    I place a shop towel down over engine where I am working in case I drop a nut or bolt. It makes it easy to retrive. Keeps it going down in engine.

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  3. Miguel Jimenez
    Miguel Jimenez

    How to remove the arms bushing on a 68 Pontiac Firebirds without a press

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Miguel,

      Don’s Car draws a lot of attention, on the site and on the streets in Southern California… but without direct contact information for Don we can only hope he or his friends notice the question and help answer this question.

      If you have any other questions, please chat, email, or call Customer Service. 

      Sincerely,

      Sarah
      Classic Car Restoration Club Video Membership

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