It’s always good to have protection

2012.12.21 - Camaro (1) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (2) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (3) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (4) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (5) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (6) 2012.12.21 - Camaro (7)Today Chase dressed up the inner fenders on the pro-steet Camaro.

The first three pictures show the fenders after they have been coated on both sides with our epoxy primer. The primer binds to the bare metal and provides a durable protective layer against rust. It also provides a surface that promotes adhesion, especially for the paint on the top side.

The next two pictures show the underside of the fenders coated with Raptor Liner. Because of the two-dimensional nature of photographs its hard to tell, but the  fenders are scooped out away from you in these photos. The Raptor Liner protects the underside of the fenders from damage caused by rocks and other debris that may get flipped off the road … and it looks really good while doing it.

The last two photos are of the top sides of the fenders, the part you see when you open the hood. Because this side of the fender doesn’t need the protection that the underside does, these are painted in a semi-gloss black just to dress them up and make them look nice.

Now that we have all the parts of the car you rarely see, the trunk and fenders, looking so nice, I wonder if I can talk the owner into painting everything in between? Hmmmm …

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Posted on December 21, 2012, in Non-Collision Work and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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