Dolly-ed and bent fender to fit left hand side; Cut fender brace to release stress; Welded brace back together; Welded fender to brace; Grounded and shaped bottom fender mount hole, where fender mounts to rockers; Worked with bottom arch on right hand fender; Shaped and made ready to fit correctly; Sent to paint; Worked on right hand door; Welded previous drill mounting holes closed for side mirror; Welded gasket divider to bottom of door; Made sure was primed before welding; Made repair to door latch attachment holes in the end of the door; Welded hair line cracks and burr-grounded for camera case style finish; Turned out very nice; Worked on welding table some to get ready for left hand door repair; Continued to do metal work on front rock deflector; Tapped out bends and straightened dog ears; Fabricated left hand dog ear and welded to reflector; Shaped and made correct; Nice repair; Sent to paint for treatment.
Epoxy sprayed right hand door, made ready to send to paint; Spot primed rock deflector metal repairs, made ready to send to paint; Sprayed light bucket right hand divider and screws, made ready to send to paint for black finish.
Continued to work on left hand fender; Rolled pinch weld; Pre-fit several times for line alignment; Bent over pinch weld to shape and fit to rockers; Note- ran into problem with fender brace and the correct rolled arch of bottom of fender; Worked on it several times for at least an hour, made some improvements, added some dents, will need to continue later;
Removed right hand fender; Took pattern from original fender off 64John; Note- we used the original fender to get the right line for the repair being done for Cat’s; Her fender is also original; had to replace rear wheel quarter; Welded original fender to weld table; Removed some spot welds; Pulled fender brace back to proper position; Darren and Big Chief worked on this;
Tack welded in place; Added additional metal to fender pinch weld; Welded up brace; Made fender ready to be ground, shaped and the pinch weld bent over.