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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 (...)

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.

Painting Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont

We are now in the painting stage of Dan’s 1968 Pontiac Beaumont restoration project. We painted the dash and front cowl semi gloss black and once they were dry over the weekend we masked it and painted inside the body shell, firewall and trunk. We then finished sanding the outside of the car with 800-1000 (...)

Dave’s 1948 Anglia

Dave brought us his 48 Anglia for a complete restoration. He has had it for over 30 years sitting in his garage. He purchased a complete frame for it a couple years ago. It is tubed and has air ride. It came to us in pieces with no floors, so the first step is to (...)

The Firebird is now painted

The 1969 Firebird is now painted, here are some pictures of it in the paint booth. The next step is wet sanding and polishing. The pictures outside the booth are of the car being wet sanded.

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