Since I bought my car I thought the boot (trunk) floor needed a few touch-ups with a grinder and MIG welder but I figured I could just spot-repair them and then spray some Bully Liner over the top to seal it all. Then I ran over the whole panel with a grinder fitted with a … More Floorless fabrication (puns help you deal with grotty work like chopping your trunk floor out)
Part of my Pontiac project is adding electronic fuel injection (EFI) to the original 389cui V8, and this required a new fuel system as the old-style mechanical pump can’t supply the required pressure fuel injectors require. So, I needed a better fuel pump, and this led me on a merry course of failure and frustration … More The Ultimate Guide to EFI, Part 2 – getting the fuel to the fire with a proper in-tank solution
Fixing the rust under the roof rail turned out to require way more cutting than I’d envisaged, but all that digging was worth it once the rot was gone! The gutter was welded in before stitching the two roof sections together along the body line, grinding the weld down to provide the same lip as … More Cutting out the rot in the roof isn’t for the faint of heart….