We have the challenger all bolted back together and the panels lined up. We will now do the body work on the outside and get it ready for its first primer.
We now have all the metal work done on the 65 Mustang!!! We are getting ready to put two coats of epoxy primer on the body and all the parts. We will let that dry for a couple days and then bolt it all back together and line up everything before we start the body (...)
We are doing the metal work on Igor’s 1965 Mustang fastback. We are replacing the lower cowl panels and rocker panels. We will set all the gaps at this time as well. They will require welding and grinding to make them even before body work. We will get all the metal work done, then spray (...)
Part 2: Filthy Rich visits Randy Colyn Restorations & Rod Shop. This time we get to see finished paint on the 1971 Ford Mustang restoration project! Randy tells us about his time at Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo 2016 with their ’48 Ford Anglia restoration for David Dadd winning grand champion!
Here is an update on the 67 Chevelle restoration. We had the car’s body sandblasted. We knew there were many holes in the dash and front upper and lower cowl, but the sandblaster always finds more!!! We will have to replace the metal on the door hinge panels along with the dash and the floor (...)
We have the body and hood of the 1971 Mustang in the spray booth, ready for the first coat of sprayable putty primer. All the body work on it has also been finished in 320 grit. Since the underneath of all panels is done in black, we need to mask it all up to keep (...)
We have the body work done on the body parts for the 71 Mustang. Sanding of all panels is finished in 320 grit. We will now prime with a sprayable putty product made by Evercoat. Three coats of it will be applied. Here are some photos of the parts in the first sprayable (...)
We have the 71 Ford Mustang convertible back on its wheels. The body panels are all lined up and we are doing the body work. When doing the body work the car must be on its wheels in order to get the gaps right. We never do any structural welding or body work on a (...)