Clean, clean, clean

IMG_1383 IMG_1384 IMG_1385 IMG_1386 IMG_1387 IMG_1389 IMG_1390 IMG_1391 IMG_1392We have spent about 2 days blowing the excess media and sand out of the Camaro. As you can imagine, when  a car has been blasted like this, the product used to clean down to bare metal is in every nook and cranny there is. We try to get all that out before we get going on the car. While were cleaning, we also took some time to clean out all the old seam sealer. A wire brush on a  grinder was used for most of it while Chase used a scraper on the softer more rubbery stuff. Once we started wrapping up the body, I started prepping the trunk for epoxy. Chase welded up the holes in the doors that were no longer going to be used because the owner isnt putting those moldings back on. Chris got to join in the sanding action as well. You can see him doing what he loves to do best, sanding the fenders and hood. We got a start on the doors but ran out of time Friday before they were finished. Monday we will finish prepping the doors and load all these parts in the booth for epoxy and slick sand. So far so good. We have a great start on putting one of Cheverolet’s most popular cars back on the road.

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Posted on May 5, 2013, in 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. It’s good to actually see you working in a pic for once! I was wondering if you were one of thoses bosses or not.

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