Rick demonstrates how to use lead-free solder. The Tribute Trans Am gets basecoat and stripes. Brent assembles the axles for Altered E-Go, the ’64 Comet A/FX drag car. In Flashback, take a ride in a 1969 Ford Talladega.
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PARTS USED IN THIS EPISODE:
Anest-Iwata Usa Inc.: LPH-80, Miniature, center post gravity feed spray gun is a full-featured HVLP gun with spray characteristics similar to Iwata’s popular RG-3 gun.
Coker Tire: DOT Approved Firestone Dragster tires 10.00-15.
Coker Tire: PRO-TRAC Front Runner tire 215/75-15.
Currie Enterprises: 9-PLUS heavy duty round back housing,spring pads, 4.30 gears and Detroit Locker in a Nodular Sportsman case and 1350 yoke, axles and drum brakes.
Gold Eagle Co.: STA-BIL fuel stabilizer.
Halibrand Engineering Inc.: 15×10 Halibrand Sprint cast polished aluminum wheels, 15×4.5 Halibrand Sprint cast polished aluminum wheels.
Pete and Jakes: Basic Super Bell front brake kit 5×4.5 bolt pattern.
Pete and Jakes: Super Bell front axle with early Ford spindles, Super Bell steering arms, Tie rod kit, spindle nuts and washers.
Powder-X: Powder coating booth and curing oven.
The Eastwood Company: Lead free body solder kit includes 1 Flat paddle, 1 Half round paddle, 1 File holder, 1 Flat body file, 1 lb of Eastwood paddle lube, 1 lb Eastwood flux for Lead Free Body Solder, 1 Reusable fiberglass acid brush, 2 lbs. of Lead Free solder and Instructional DVD.
YearOne: Complete and detailed stencil and striping kit complete with referencing pictures from original unrestored cars.