The project for this workshop is making a 1934 Ford rear fender. We start with a discussion of the ideal number of pieces to make it from, and where to position the joints, keeping ease of fabrication in mind. Next, patterns are made, and the steel panels are cut to size.
Mallet and sandbag shaping is shown, coupled with hammer and dolly smoothing. The beading machine will be utilized for some of the detail work. The English wheel will be used for a good portion of the shaping and smoothing.
After the panels are formed, they are welded together, and the welds are finished. Next, the bead and wired edge are added the fender, and the last step is the final metal-finishing (smoothing) process.
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