1970 Dodge Charger 40 years asleep, now its time to RESTORE

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    Hello people,

    Ok here we go,
    first, a little history.

    I have had the pleasure to acquire a 1970 Dodge Charger that literally was stuck in a barn for almost/over forty years.

    I do not want to state anything about my business and please after you visit the site, keep it in the off topic genre. When you go to the website, click to the page marked MF01 to view pictures of my Charger.
    I only want to talk about restoration and Eastwood products here.
    Website- http://www.maltfalcon.com
    For any other topics, please feel free to email me at

    With that said, I have been reviewing and asking questions on restoration and am beginning to see the basics.
    1)Photograph everything, make lists,photograph again and then review.
    2)My first concern is to arrest the rust and stabilize the car.
    3)Prepare the car for media blasting, which means remove the engine and then beginning of tearing it down completely, such that it can be media blasted.
    I want to preserve the exterior of the car to keep the PATINA, as bad as it is, for now.

    Ok, lets talk.

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