Gwood

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  1. anyone know where i can get a rear bumper for a 55 chevy cameo. Thanks, Glenn
  2. So really the difference between a 1955 cameo and other chevy trucks of that year is the cameo had a fiberglass truck bed
  3. Anyone know how to tell a cameo pickup from a regular chevy pickup? is it in the vin number? Any info would be helpful, Thanks Glenn
  4. Know of any good company that re-chromes metal trim pieces, name plates, door handles, etc. Thanks, Glenn
  5. I have a 65 Mustang in need of a new headliner, among other things. I've totally gutted the interior and was wondering if I should take out the windows to install the liner? If you've have installed a liner, would you have any tips. Thanks, Glenn
  6. This is great information, Thanks everyone. But it doesn't stop here, if you have tips, keep it coming
  7. Have you used powder coating?, I know of a company that sells D0-IT YOURSELF powder coating. I don't think I can say the name of the company though.
  8. What's the best spray paint in a can that you have use for small parts on your car. Like backing plates, shock mount plates, springs, etc. And is the epoxy the best choice. I'am cleaning up a lot of little parts with a sand blaster and want it to have a nice finish and be protected from the elements. Any info would be great. Thanks, Glenn
  9. That,s great information, Thank you. Now to track down the correct paint.
  10. I've painted my valve covers blue, there on an 289 2 barrel motor but the air filter is gold not black
  11. Does someone know the correct color Ford painted their engines that went into the mustangs. I thought it was blue but i heard that's wrong. The air filter is gold, is the whole engine that color? And did they paint exhaust manifolds? Thanks, Glenn
  12. Is the product por15 a rust converter or preventer?
  13. The discussion on undercoating is good, Their seems to be a underlining theme thou, ( getting the rust off ). I've used wire brushes in the past, with not much luck. Would a sandblaster or sander work better?
  14. Thanks for the info, I would have not ever thought about the distributor.