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Table of Contents

Introduction 4
Chapter 1 The Peasant's Toolkit 6
Chapter 2 Building Your Own English Wheel 14
Chapter 3 Building a Power Hammer from a Kit 26
Chapter 4 Introduction to Shape and Form 40
Chapter 5 The Low Crown Panel 46
Chapter 6 The High Crown Panel 54
Chapter 7 The Reverse Curve Panel 62
Chapter 8 Scratch-Built Fender 70
Chapter 9 Patch Panelpalooza 74
Chapter 10 Shiny Trim Repair 96
Chapter 11 The Nayslayer Model T Speedster 104
Chapter 12 Re-creating an Indy Race Car 122
Chapter 13 Building an Aluminum Motorcycle Fairing 140
Chapter 14 Building a Pair of Early Cadillac Fenders 148
Chapter 15 Building a '34 Plymouth Fender 166
Chapter 16 Pourable Foam Buck 192
Chapter 17 Louvered Hoods 202
Chapter 18 MGB "Zagato" 220
Resources 236
Index 237
About the Author 240

About the Author

Ed Barr, best-selling author of Professional Sheet Metal Fabrication, teaches welding and sheet metal restoration in the Technology Department at McPherson College in McPherson, Kansas. Barr has been restoring cars and creating metal sculpture since he was a teenager. Barr graduated from the University of the South in 1991 and pursued a career in art museum administration after receiving an MA degree from the University of Kansas. Barr then served as director of the Mulvane Art Museum at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Barr earned a BS degree in automotive restoration technology from McPherson College and subsequently worked at Vintage Restorations Ltd. in Union Bridge, Maryland, where he restored British cars. He resides in McPherson, Kansas. www.mcpherson.edu/academics/autorestoration

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