1965 Pontiac G.T.O. has been stripped to bare metal and determined to need new ¼ panels.
Replacement ¼ panels are trimmed and made ready to weld onto vehicle.
Right fender going through one of many block sanding operations.
After all panels are repaired, vehicle has been primed and block sanded as necessary. All hidden areas and door jambs will be painted.
Vehicle in spray booth after receiving 4 base coats of color and 3 coats of urethane clear.
After color sanding and buffing, the vehicle is re-assembled and made ready for delivery.
Rear view of vehicle during restoration.
Restored panels have been trimmed out with final color and final assembly is underway.
Here the vehicle is receiving a “Candy Apple” paint job. At this point the vehicle has received 3 base coats of metallic red, 3 coats of transparent red, and 2 coats of urethane clear. This customer wanted a white pinstripe “buried” under the final clear coat. In this photo the white stripe has been applied. Two more coats of clear will be applied then block sanded and buffed.
An old friend. This beautiful 1956 Lincoln MVII visits us from time to time for spot work.
This 1926 Ford Model T pick-up is currently undergoing a total body rebuild. We will be refinishing all of the wood; as well as the body panels in deep maroon.