Exterior and Body Work

  1. Duster to Demon Tail Panel Swap

    Ok I am going to try this to help anyone wanting to go Duster to Demon. I am converting a 75 Duster so other years may not be the same but should be close. Taking off your Dusters panel will not be too hard. Lot of spot welds need cut out and there are a few spots that were tack welded that will need cut off with a cut off wheel when you find them.First pic is of the spot weld cutter I used. Sorry could not get a good pic of it. If you never used a spot weld cutter before it is not too...
  2. 1967-1969 Dart Trailer Hitch Blueprint

    Here's a blueprint to construct a trailer hitch from out of my '69 Dart Owner's Manual.Should work for 1967 and 1968 Darts as well.
  3. How To: Stainless Steel Trim Restoration

    This will be an ongoing thread with how to pics and some words typed to make the pics interesting (kinda like playboy magazine) but for stainless trim restoration LoL. First you need a beat up old crusty piece of stainless steel trim that you actually want to put on your car. For this I got lucky and just happened to have a set of stone guards that dartnewbie wanted for his car,he offered to buy them from me after sending me some free headlight rings for my 64 dart convertible,but I felt it...
  4. Getting Rid of the Hood Torsion Springs on the Early A-Body

    I thought I would re-post this in a separate thread for future reference since there is some interest in getting rid of the torsion springs.I welded a grade 8 bolt to the back of the channel bracket. I'm sure you can use something else but I went this route because I can still remove the retaining nut without having to take off the fender in the future. A shoulder bolt will work better which I bought today. shoulder boltExcuse the weld again. Still need more practice at this.I ended up...
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