27. Having removed the interior from the car as well as any other combustibles, my next step is to start excising the bent and/or rusted sheetmetal. Eastwood has been helping hotrodders and restorers with their projects for years, and they offer just about everything you need short of elbow grease to get your project from start to finish. To get started on this endeavor, I ordered one of the company’s Air Tool Essentials Starter kits, which includes a ½-inch reversible drill, air hammer with chisel set, ½-inch impact gun, a 3-inch cut-off tool, a reciprocating saw, and a ¼-inch angle die grinder. They also sent me a number of abrasive discs, spot weld cutters, and more, all of which you’ll get to see in the next installment.