|This is a fly-on-the-wall style effort for those who want to watch a complete metal working process. Be the fly-on-the-wall as two metal guys, Richard Ufheil and Kent White, “The Tin Man”, go after a pair of 1935 Packard front fenders needing fender (or wheel) arch replacement.|
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