How to Repair Panels on a Classic Car?

Answer Repairing classic car panels is a tricky task because it involves welding. The only way to create a sturdy and lasting patch on a metal panel is to weld a new panel patch in place where the origina... Read More »

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How to Repair Rocker Panels?

Rocker panels on a vehicle are the sections of painted surface below the doors, along the bottom edge of the vehicle. The rocker panels are constantly exposed to water, salt, mud and other debris f... Read More »

How to Repair Floor Panels in a Mustang?

The floor panel--commonly known as the floor pan--is a common location for rust on a Mustang. There are two ways to repair rust on the floor pan. If the rust is minimal and positioned in one centra... Read More »

How to Repair Holes in Body Panels?

A hole in the side of your car can be an expensive problem. Often body shops will simply replace the entire panel because it is easier than repairing the hole. Instead of taking this option, you ca... Read More »

How to Install Autobody Repair Panels?

Rust, when left untreated, can completely destroy the larger body panels of any vehicle. If you live near a body of salt water, or in colder climates where the roads are frequently coated with salt... Read More »