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My son's and I have begun an extensive restoration on a '65 mustang and found not only a rusted cowl and floor board but also firewall. The firewall is good on the engine side but rusted bad inside. When we removed the cowl we also lost (do to rust) some of the firewall lip at the top. So now we have nothing to weld the new cowl to. Is replacing the wall to intensive and does it require a jig to hold things in place or just tack weldind in a few braces. We are new to the site and thank everyone upfront for the welcome and the much needed advice.Jim and Son's
 

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:hello:AND:welcomeflowers:TO THE SITE.

Go to the top of your screen and click FORUMS then go down and click CLASSIC MUSTANGS then click on CLASSIC TECH. Ask the same question on there and I'll almost guarantee there's someone there that can help or knows someone who can. Good luck with the rebuild. Take progress pic's as you go, the guys on here will like them.
 

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welcome to the site,enjoy!!!!
 

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:hello: and :welcome , Enjoy the site!! :happydancer:
Be sure to post some pictures into your gallery soon!!
 

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Hello and welcome to the site.
 

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Hiya, welcome to the site. That damaged area can be replaced, just take some time, sheet metal, some handywork and a welder.
 

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Welcome to AFM... Glad you joined us!!
 
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