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    Body Panel Installation

    One of the most important aspects of restoring an old car is replacing rusted or damaged body panels with fresh new metal. Unless your project is a 1955-57 Chevy Bel Air, or a first generation Ford Mustang, eventually you'll need to form and weld custom panels because new pieces just aren't out there. Eastwood has sheet metal, flanger tools, dimplers, hole punches, rivets, and special panel holders that make welding in patches a breeze. We even have a special no-weld patch system to patch panels with no welding and little filler needed.

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    Creates straight flanges 2-1/2" long x 5/8" wide
    Only $41.99
    2-pc. set makes easy flush repairs over a wide range of lengths
    Only $71.99
    Flat surface requires little or no filler; use your own caulking gun
    Only $89.99
    Produces 0.040" offset flanges and punches 5/16"-dia. holes
    Only $112.99
    Every home and shop needs a HSS drill bit set; 115 different sizes
    Only $59.99
    Holders grip sheet metal parts before final welding...hands-free

    Only $39.99

    Sale $32.59

    Easiest way to weld-shut up to a 1" hole in the middle of a panel
    Only $36.99
    Body Panel Install Kit 7 pc set
    Only $189.99
    Protects painted and unpainted surfaces, without adhesive residue
    Only $24.99
    Create your own patch panels with rust-resistant aluminized steel
    Only $69.99
    The ins and outs of tackling simple and difficult rust and metalwork projects
    Only $24.99
    Easily align and grip panels for precise butt welds
    Only $29.99
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