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19:16  25 may  2018
19:16  25 may  2018 Source:   hotrod.com

How To Bring New Life To Old Wheels

  How To Bring New Life To Old Wheels Sanding and painting can make your old wheels look new and unique.First, sand the wheels with a heavy grit sandpaper. I used my power sander, but in the past, I've done this by hand as well. One time I even had access to a sandblasting box, which produced the best results. Whatever method you use, this will knock all of the loose bits of the flaky finish off and smooth out the edges between bare metal and the finish that still sticks. In my experience, sanding the entire wheel down to bare metal is not necessary, especially if you're not entering the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance anytime soon. Make sure you sand in all the little nooks and crannies as well.

See as many Factory Five roadsters as you can tolerate. Proof is in the hundreds of slightly-to-wildly different cars that show up at local shows and rallies. If there is a golden rule about building one, it’s to keep it a Ford in a Ford, otherwise you can do what you want.

Contact. 9 Tow Road Wareham, MA 02571 508.291.3443 info@ factoryfive .com. 2016 Factory Five - Huntington Beach Cruise-In Report. You can read review here and check out their huge gallery of photos .

Cobra replica, Mk4, kit car, SB100, or roadster. Whatever the Supreme Court wants us to call them, these little fiberglass beauties are low and fast and just plain fun to own and tinker with. Proof is in the hundreds of slightly-to-wildly different cars that show up at local shows and rallies. If there is a golden rule about building one, it's to keep it a Ford in a Ford, otherwise you can do what you want. But enough talk, if you can't own one yourself, staring at someone else's car is the next best thing. Enjoy.

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