Replacing the inner fenders on any classic car often meant countless hours searching vintage salvage yards or attending numerous swap meets in hopes of discovering a part that was restorable. The folks at Original Parts Group Inc. (OPGI) have made the restoration process a whole lot easier with great looking reproduction parts. Mark Simpson and Ross Kiehl take our project ’68 Chevelle one step closer in our quest to turn this one-time strip car into a street cruiser, with a set of OPGI inner fender wells, and complete installation hardware.
Since you will butt weld the new quarter panel to the roof and existing quarter panel, Craig Hopkins teaches you how to remove a quarter of an inch from the roof without cutting through the existing car quarter panel. Then, he’ll apply some weld through primer to the step you just created and rest the…Watch Now >>
Buffing is the number one step done with a wool pad and the perfect fit system compound. Craig Hopkins provides helpful car detailing tips in this video. Also, he shows you how to clean your buffer and cut the panels by orienting the angle of the buffer, and then shows you where to put the…Watch Now >>
Craig Hopkins and Randy Bolig take you through a classic car quarter panel removal process. First, they outline with a black marker what they are going to cut out of a 1969 Dodge Dart. Then they use a torch and brush to get lead out of the car, which shows them exactly where to cut.…Watch Now >>
Craig Hopkins uses a 3M polishing compound with a black foam pad to polish a classic car. and give it a stunning glass-like finish. Learn how to use Craig’s technique of barely brushing down on the edges to make sure you don’t cut the paint. Use these helpful car detailing tips today and see how…Watch Now >>