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Chevy Truck Cabin Assembly

We now have the cab back on the chassis and are starting to assemble all the pieces, notice the sound insulation and the nice wiring job!!!  

Painting of the 1951 Chevy Cab

The firewall of the 1951 Chevy Truck is now painted in the low gloss red and it is masked up so we can paint the outside of the cab with the red colour and full gloss clear. The cab is all painted and has been baked at 130 for approximately an hour and then cooled (...)

Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont is fully restored

Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont is complete. This project came to us last year after Dan had already owned the car for over 30 years. It needed new inner and outer wheel wells, new 1/4 panels, front fenders and needed the doors repaired. It came to us with lots of rust and old patch work to (...)

Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont is almost finished

We have the new headers and exhaust installed on Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont, should sound great with the new y-pipe and mufflers, the motor has a nice lumpy camshaft, so that will help creating a nice sound as well! We are waiting for the new glass to arrive. Once we receive it we will continue (...)

Dash pieces installed on Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont

All the new dash pieces are now installed on the 1968 Pontiac Beaumont and it looks great! Also we have upgraded the front brakes to discs, it was a little scary trying to stop with the old drum brake set up! We are working on the rest of the wiring, and installing carpet and head (...)

Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia update

Here are some updated pictures of Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia restoration project. The body is now back on its frame and we are assembling all of the the parts. We will start with some insulation and then mount all the components then move on to wiring.

Wet sanding Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont hood

We have let the hood for Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont sit over night after painting it and baking it. We are now starting to wet sand it with 800 grit wet paper and will continue until we get to 3000 grit. We will then start a three step polishing process using 3m compounds and polishes.

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