One comment on “The Engine Bay

  1. Thanks for this blog! I am restoring my own ’66 as well. Just one constructive criticism; The work that you did on the battery ‘apron’ looks fantastic. It is very clean and reminds me of the work that people do on engine bays, smoothing them, and filling all of the holes. That being said, the stock Thunderbird battery apron was not flat. It had purpose bent depressions in it, to properly mount up the actual battery tray. There are also many holes in it, of course, for mounting the battery tray and routing the marker lights through it etc. I’m sure you have a plan for these items. Strong work, at any rate.

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