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ALUMINUM
1.01 Chroming Versus PolishIng
1.02 Polishing
1.03 Welding
1.04 SUPERFORM Wing Paint Bubbling
1.05 SUPERFORM Wings Paint Cracking

2. CHASSIS
2.01 Drilling the Chassis
2.02 Chassis Kickup (Bent at  Rear Axle)
2.03 Chassis Kickup II Cutherbert Twillie
2.04 NUMBERS (Where to find your VIN)
2.05 Frame & Chassis (What goes between) 
2.06 The Delight of a Flexing Chassis

3. DOORS 
3.01 Entering and Exiting the Car (how to)
3.02 Frames (Refitting)
3.03 Generally
3.04 Hinges Exchanging
3.05 Hinges Loose 
3.06 Hinge Posts
3.07 Locks
3.08 Lock Covers

3.09 Long Door Car
3.10 Preventing Door Panel Rust
3.11 Skins and Panels I by John Blair
3.12 Skins and Panels II by Ron Gardner
3.13 Short Door Car
3.14 Storage
3.15 Wear Protection

4. RUST
4.01 Front Wing/ Headlight Housing
4.02 Galvanic Corrosion Table
4.03 Protection Tests on Wax Fillers
4.04 Removing
4.06 Waxoyl

5. WINGS
5.01 Fitting
5.02 Protection
5.03 Removing EXPERTS PANEL
5.04 Rubbing on Tyres
5.05 Types, Sources, Pros and Cons
5.06 Wing Stay Issues (and how to properly fit them)
5.07 SUPERFORM Wing Paint Bubbling
5.08 SUPERFORM Wings Paint Cracking
5.09 SUPERFORM Wings Formation (graphic)
5.10 SUPERFORM Wings Video

6. WORKING WITH METAL
6.01 See ALUMINUM
6.02 See PAINTING, COATINGS AND DETAILING
6.03 Chrome (Everything you wanted to know)
6.04 Chroming Versus PolishIng
6.05 Gauge Conversion Chart
6.06 Hammering (Rules of)
6.07 Materials
6.08 Plating Morgan Metal at Home (Zinc)
6.09 Polishing
6.10 Rear Deck Metal EXPERTS PANEL
6.11 Soldering (like a pro!)
6.12 Tips
6.13 Tools
6.14 Welding With Stainless Steel

7. WORKING WITH MORGAN METAL
7.01 Bulkhead/Scuttle (Replacing)
7.02 Grille (Resoldering the slats)
7.03 Over Riders (original)
7.04 Quarter Panel (Making a)
7.05 Rear Panel Strips on Older Morgans
7.06 Rough Coarse
7.07 Skin (Removing the)
7.08 Skinning (General procedure)
7.09 Tread Strips (how to cut and finish)
7.10 Woolies Tread Strips

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