It took a while to get the metal from my engine, but it was worth it.
It took about 10 minutes to scrape the metal off the back end of the engine, where it would normally go after it has been stripped of all its rust and debris.
I took some pictures and videos of the process.
It was a bit nerve wracking to watch my engine completely crumble apart, but I was able to remove it with a little elbow grease and a pair of pliers.
The only part of the metal I was worried about was the one that was corroding on the outside of the radiator, but that was easy enough to remove.
I was lucky enough to have a friend who had already cleaned up the metal and put it back together properly.
We’ll probably do it again sometime soon, I think.
I didn’t have a problem with the fuel tank, though, as it is quite easy to remove, too.
I could have used a different tool, but the one I used worked out just fine.
We’re going to put it on the grill.
You might not need one, but you’ll want one anyway.
I think it’s a nice touch.
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