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Christophers 66 Mustang Restoration and Modification

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Scoops

Shelby style side and hood scoops
 
We filled in the holes with aluminum wire mesh (screen door repair material) and JB Weld (metal epoxy). It worked really well and was pretty easy.
1. Dented in the holes slightly.
2. Applied JB weld to the side of the car
3. Applied screen
4. applied more JB to the top of the screen
5. covered with a piece of plastic to work it smooth
6. removed plastic after 10 mins
7. sanded surface slightly to get high spots out
8. Applied "Bondo" type filler and sand smooth.
9.  Shot epoxy primer on body work 
 
 We installed the scoop with 4 stainless screws from the outside. We applied 30 minute epoxy between the flange and the body before tightening it down. Fiberglass filler was used to fill in the holes on scoop.
 
 

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