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#697106 - Fri Oct 20 2017 11:13 PM Re: Straightening a 36B Top.... [Re: 57-Chevy]
Craig Osbeck Offline
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Registered: Tue Jan 06 2009
Loc: Portland Oregon
My wife will really love this.
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#697108 - Sat Oct 21 2017 07:11 AM Re: Straightening a 36B Top.... [Re: 57-Chevy]
Hardy's Garage Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Thu Dec 30 2004
Loc: Victor, NY, 14564
Great work Mike. I've straighten several pot metal pieces with a propane torch and some gentle hammering and had good results but never anything as complicated as a 36B top and give you a lot of credit for being able to do so. I know pot metal will melt without much warning. I'll bet you could start a small business doing repairs for others!!

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#697109 - Sat Oct 21 2017 07:31 AM Re: Straightening a 36B Top.... [Re: 57-Chevy]
57-Chevy Offline
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Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Locust, NC
Haha! I've already had requests Marshall. I think I'll stick to Telephony. I just wouldn't want to be the guy that snapped that expensive piece. I encourage others to just try it themselves. If it's too bad to use, what do you have to lose....

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