Metal roof installation is the next big thing, but you don’t have to take our word for it.
We asked our experts for their advice and found out how you can install the metal roof in your car with a few simple tools.
(Read the full story at New York magazine.)1.
Find the right tool.
If you’re building a new car, look for a solid-brick-type metal roofing hammer.
That will save you a lot of time and money over traditional roofing screws.
It’s a great idea to check out our top 10 best DIY metal roof tools to find a hammer that fits your needs.2.
Install with a metal-on-metal tool.
Make sure you use a solid, hard-to-break metal to install the roof.
If it’s just the roof, we like to use a 1/2-inch-thick metal sheet (about 1/4 inch thick) for the first layer of roof, then a 2-inch layer for the second layer.3.
Install in two parts.
The first layer should be about 2 feet square and the second about 3 feet square.
The center piece should be installed on the first square, then the top of the first piece and the bottom of the second piece.
Then you should make a vertical groove on the roof for the metal rivet that will hold the second roof piece in place.4.
Take the two pieces of metal, cut them up into smaller pieces, and glue them together.
This step is crucial to make sure you have a sturdy metal roof.5.
Install the metal on the inside.
Use a small metal hammer to install both pieces of the roof together.
The rivets should be strong enough to hold the roof pieces together.6.
Use the hammer to cut the roof to size.
The hole is going to be the first hole, so we want to cut it to the right size and the hole to the inside of the car.
This is because the hole will be a very thin piece of metal and we want the holes to be as narrow as possible.
This process will take a few tries to get right, but once you get it right, you should be able to cut all of the holes.7.
Apply a coat of paint.
You can apply paint or primer to the metal, but a paint-on primer will protect your metal from the sun and other damage.8.
Install a metal riveter.
The metal rivets need to be strong and square to the interior of the vehicle, but not too square.
Make it as narrow or wide as you want.
You want the metal to be able support the weight of the metal and not be too wide and loose.9.
Install another metal rivete.
The second metal riveting will be made from a metal alloy that is much stronger than the first.
It will give you the strongest and most flexible metal roof that will withstand the elements and be able not only to withstand the sun, but also the elements in the rain and snow.10.
Install an LED strip on the metal.
This LED strip will light up whenever the roof is moving, and it will also show the color of the light shining through the metal that is shining through.
This will give your car that distinctive metallic look.
(Learn how to get the most out of your car’s LED strip.)