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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to weld an old Morris Minor with focus on tipping the car on its side.
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Hi, my name is Phil and let me tell you a project. I found the Morris Minor and we’re going to do a decent look underneath. Right here, I see ___ and my particularly special tolls to know there, my special moment really. I hope it’s a bit tidy and slightly look underneath and then video it as we go including tipping the car on its side. I’m not very generic on road handling. Let’s ___ what goes out like battery, lots of fluid. So just to set those off. And then, we’re going to get a couple of magazine and then flip it over on the side.
Okay, the car is now nearly tipped over. Onto the gearbox for a wrench, that’s the way that actually is removed. The next one comes in for a little while. There are rubber bands here on the vent and that’s to be fixed when this is over. You see here, it’s stripped. The car does right handling and it’s all there and we’ve got the wheels there ready to go where we want to. No part of the body is touching the floor.
We’ll take this when it goes over. We’re really up to about halfway and halfway is back there because you almost pushed it all the way over. And we may cut it inside to make it quite sure where it’s going to land. Then we’ll bring it back up and then we’ll make sure there’s no damage or whatsoever or anything else.
That too ties an insular cushion on the tops. Wherever you go, never take your hub caps off. Balance it quite this ___, we’ll do about shoulder height. That way, we can perform a pressurized ___. We’re going to steady this almost completely as is.
Now release and out she goes. Now, we’ll get it to positions. Okay, do that, push it over. I’ll start taking away and when I scream at you, come on the other side and help me throughout the way. So now you can see how bad and don’t get worse. We’re going to want an exhaust for the turbo. Let’s have fun. Just use your sunglasses and squeeze into that. We’ll also have to slide and put a hole in its vent. We’re going to make it newer. I could work on it for a bit or so. She has a little crack off in there and flammable material. It’s possible. I’m just going to take that and get some ___ and start chopping today. Bring on the tool.
Well, I’ve started speeding things as you could see. That nasty fit concrete stuff that you get on the side of plastic cars is peeling off. It’s been soaked in oil. So let’s get that into an all off job. I’ve done a little bit of research on the internet and it seems that lots do it and punch a hole and scrape it all the way forward. I want to push it forward until it grows hot. And I think next to the ___ is out. I’ve made it almost thought off in places. So being down the road, we’re going to put some watts there and some stripper or remover. Something this quite advance holds it in minutes. So we’ll try and fix stuff in it and see what happens. I’ll come back to you in a long single day.
I’ve been trying to get it off of this and I find my __ pipes and brake hoses. So this is the paint stripper. Okay, get the stripper on and see what happens. Let’s face, this is not clean as you can see. It’s just left bits of concrete like materials left. Now it totally is a firm paint stripper and with another guy with a hot pressure washer which is pretty installed. I can’t believe what it has produced when it’s finished.
Anyway, next with paint stripping, we got a spring hanger which comes in a nice big panel so you can get more done. We got a piece of paper here loaded on the section. As across the section, we’re going to chop the old roof off and reuse that. We have the whole panel that goes down there. The front chassis section which slightly the other one was replaced and that was where it’s done quickly. And we’re going to start by cutting through the bolts here and I’m going to cut the bolts off here and here and here because it’s just—I’m going to advise, it’s just not worth the __ the bolt for two or three equipments over there.
And I got one bolt for our suspension before we chop that out. Well, that would hurt. And then we’re going to cut out in there and line up the pieces.