Originally Posted by Fireball
You can do it with a baseball bat. You need 2 people, one to drive the car and one to roll the bat. You have to drive slow. I wouldn't do it if you care about the car a lot. Once you do it, it's hard to fix if you want it back to stock.
Never heard of it done that way before, sounds easy enough though.
I am sure either would work, but, which is best, aluminum or wood? I have a garage full of both.
It will never be returned to stock, not while I own it anyhow. I sold a 'CHERRY' '69 Bird for the sole purpose of building a street terror. I just couldn't bring myself to molest the Bird. Although this little Ventura isn't a show car, it is completely rust free and has about 75K actual miles. Great platform for starts.
Thanks for the advice.
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