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BangShift.com Sheet Metal Fab: 1967-72 Chevy and GMC Truck Roof, Inner Visor Area and Drip Rail Rust Repair

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The bad news about loving old cars and trucks is that they have lived a long life as vehicles that also transported people and work, carried parts, wood and hay, and were probably run over by other vehicles. While we all love them and treat them as something special, the truth is that they were just cars and trucks when they were first built. They were no more special than any of the millions of cars rolling off assembly lines today. The good news is that there are a plethora of parts and pieces available to repair what may be damaged in your dream project. If your dream project is a C10, parts are available to replace literally every body panel. But just because it doesn’t mean you necessarily know how to replace them.

This video shows exactly how to replace a completely rusted roof, interior visor, and drip rail on a 1967-1972 Chevrolet C10 and will show you that you can do this job at home using the tools, techniques, and parts shown.

Here is all the information from the video, including the links to the parts used.

Website: https://www.brotherstrucks.com/ Complete the step-by-step process to repair rust in common areas of the roof, interior visor panel, and 1967-1972 Chevrolet and GMC Truck drip rails. Dave Welch is a classic truck specialist and has a lot of tricks for just about every project on his classic. Find Dave’s videos and more for your classic at www.brotherstrucks.com Parts Used: Exterior Roof Panel: https://bit.ly/3jWS2aB Cabin roof repair: https://bit.ly/3jWnFRG Complete interior roof panel: https://bit.ly/3nMWLwX Windshield top panel: https://bit.ly/3w7pPTx Drip rails: https://bit.ly/3nL1ajT Patch panel clamps: https://bit.ly/3w3hqjO

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