We now have the black ss stripes laid out and masked up as well as everything else that is already painted on the 1969 Chevy Camaro. We are masking the body for final paint so that we don’t get overspray on anything. We will now paint the yellow body color, unmask the stripes and then (...)
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 (...)
We are painting the trunk lid, rear window panel, spoiler, hood, cowl panel and header panel black for the SS stripes on the 1969 Chevy Camaro. We will let the black dry over night and them sand them all down to get everything ready to lay out the black stripes. We will have to bolt (...)
We have been working hard on the 1969 Chevy Camaro, we have put the motor and the transmission back into the sub frame and the rear end has been put together. We are now putting the sub frame and rear end back in the Camaro. This is the last time it will be taken apart. (...)
We have the 1969 Chevy Camaro back in the paint booth. Everything is in final primer. We are painting the wheel wells, dash, back window trim and inside trunk satin black. After that we will take it out of the booth and put the sub frame and rear end back in.
We are working on the transmission for the 1969 Chevy Camaro, we have cleaned it up, masked it and painted it cortez silver with a flatting agent in it to give it a satin finish. While working on the transmission we have also started working on the motor. We have cleaned it up and removed (...)
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 (...)
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.
Here are some of the parts for Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont in the paint booth. After painting and baking. We bake the parts at 125 degrees Fahrenheit for an hour after the spraying of the paint and clear is done. We will let them sit over night and then start the process of wet sanding (...)