Shelby GT 500 Paintless Dent Removal- 2007 Ford Mustang

Shelby GT 500 Paintless Dent Removal- 2007 Ford Mustang

Today, we will be using paintless dent removal on a 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang to remove some dents in this aluminum hood. Even though the car is over 10-years-old, it has just under 2,100 miles on it. The damage is all on the hood and we needed to take off the hood pad or hood liner to gain access through the access points.

Some of the damage is hidden under the internal braces which means we had to use some special tools to push out those dents. The damage is actually about a 2-3 inch dent on a minor creased area which is on an aluminum hood. All these are the factors that go into pricing the dent repair job. The first thing we need to do is prop up the hood with a hood prop which allows us to gain access without having to close the hood completely. Next, we position the special PDR lights so that we can actually see the damage properly. The tool we needed to use here is an Anson Tequila Tool which helps reach under the hood and push out the dent gradually.

The first thing we need to do is prop up the hood with a hood prop which allows us to gain access without having to close the hood completely. Next, we position the special PDR lights so that we can actually see the damage properly. The tool we needed to use here is an Anson Tequila Tool which helps reach under the hood and push out the dent gradually.

How Do We Do It?

It actually takes a lot of tiny pushes to get the damage out – sometimes it can take over 100 pushes to get out a dent. We here at Sioux Falls Dent Repair DO NOT use hot water or compressed or magnets to get out the dents we deal with because they can all cause more harm than good to the car and simply do not work.

After the damage is taken out, we need to buff out any imperfections and clean up the area from any scratches and scuffs. Next, we need to apply a coat of anti-corrosion spray because we used a sharp metal tool to get the dent out from the back of the hood. Once the hood is sprayed properly, we can get the hood liner or hood pad back on and get the car ready for the customer.

 

 

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