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  1. Frost Auto Restoration Techniques
    Hi everyone, We are new to the forum so just want to quickly introduce ourself. Frost Auto Restoration Techniques (Frost Auto) specialises in High Quality Tools and Equipment for Automotive Restoration. We are a unique business where you can find everything you need for your Classic or...
  2. Business Recommendations
    Hi, I'm new to this! We've just purchased a 1984 T25 camper that will need some fairly extensive bodywork done to get rid of the rust. It's just passed its MOT so we are ok for a while but I'm keen to make a start on it. Could anybody on here recommend a decent bodywork specialist or panel...
  3. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    I am looking for some advice on whether to repair or replace my current 1972 VW Beetle chassis. I am new to the whole forum thing and this is my first Beetle restoration, so simple terms please. I have removed the chassis from the shell, the frame head has had it and needs replacing but I am...
  4. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Hi I read on hear recentley about the use of general household items being used to remove rust. I am thinking of giving one of them a try, any idea on which one gives the best results. Harpic and coke, pickling vinegar or the battery charger and bicarb method. Thanks.
  5. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Saw somewhere on here about wiring your battery upto a really rusty metal part in hot soapy water etc and it removes the rust? Charging the metal I assume. Thanks Alex
  6. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    whats the best thing to soak them in to clean them up? i will be replacing all the really bad ones, but cant justify the cost of replacing every bolt (as much as i'd like to) so what have you used? dont need them shiny, just rust free and clean so they go back in nice and easy
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