Acid Dipping My 1967 Mustang Fastback : Acid Dip Process Explained

Here’s a close look at the acid dip process for classic cars, showing my 1967 Mustang Fastback project getting acid dipped from start to finish. Prior to acid dipping, I stripped off all the parts down to the main shell. Acid dipping is a less common alternative to media blasting or sand blasting, but yields much more thorough results because the acid permeates all of the open frame rail cavities and removes rust that media blasting/soda blasting can’t reach. For anyone wanting to to perform a full “frame-off” restoration on their classic car or muscle car, this is the way to go!

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