​Quality custom & restoration sheet metal work & repair

​Notice the taper in the top roll it goes from a 2 inch radius at the front to a almost square edge at the rear.

​1927 Chevy Running Board Aprons & Rocker Sill Covers

​the originals were paper thin from rework & rust

Some minor hammer & dolly work was needed on the rounded corners, along with a slight touch with the sander.

​The taper is very noticeable here.

​I used my small wheel with the dedicated rubber upper wheel & a tight radius lower anvil so start the tapered crease roll over.

​The flange for the bottom edge needed a little more then a 90 degree bend so a little hand work was needed.

If you wish to discuss your current or up coming car or truck project please feel free to call shop phone ​​425 433 0294 Best Way ​minor projects to major builds.

​Danny Pascoe

​1 Set clamped together

​After cutting the blanks in 19 gage steel I put in the carpet retainer bead firs.

​Since I finished this project I have upgraded my Bead Roller to the Baileigh BR-16E-36 and all of the dies they currently make. With the new die rack I built I still have room for a lot more dies as needed. 

​The arch was put in using my Baileigh MSS-16F shrinker stretcher another great tool I sell.

.​Rocker Sill Covers

​The old & the new

​I made a guide off of the original panel that the owner supplied so I could bead roll the recess like  the originals.

​You can see the radius to almost square edge the best in this shot tough to do.

​The last flange was turned over & all of the correct holes & notches were made to finish off the pair for this part of the restoration parts I made.

​Blocked up on my jig fixture table & tig tack welded..

This Bead roller is the finest & most versatile bead roller on the market ​it opens up a lot more things I will be able to do for my customers. Also if you are in the market for a bead roller please feel free to contact me to discuss the Baileigh Industrial line & any of their other fine pieces of equipment I sell.

​1 side trimmed & ready to weld together.

​I tightened up the crease at the rear section as the factory panel was.

​The side caps were next a flange was bent on each side & notice it has a slight arch as the originals did

​Welded fully ground smooth and all the correct notching's  put in

​The 2 pieces were clamped together with the correct spacing from the outer edge to the carper stop bead, then scribed & cut