A little priming, a bunch of sanding

IMG_1393 IMG_1394 IMG_1395 IMG_1396 IMG_1397 IMG_1398 IMG_1401 IMG_1402 IMG_1403 IMG_1404 IMG_1405 IMG_1407 IMG_1408 IMG_1411 IMG_1412 IMG_1414 IMG_1415 IMG_1416 IMG_1417 IMG_1418 IMG_1419 IMG_1420Busy, busy day today at the shop. It was all hands on deck for the Camaro today. First thing this morning, we set up the fenders, doors, trunk and hood for epoxy and slick sand. We use PPG’s newest epoxy DPLV epoxy primer over all bare metal and the new parts. This product really likes bare metal and is a great under coating for the super high build slick sand primer. The slick sand is used to ensure we have a super straight panel by giving us enough material to block and minimize the low and high spots.  You can see Chase spraying those products in the images. While he was spraying that, Chris and I was sanding the inside and trunk of the Camaro preparing it for epoxy and the Raptor bed liner coating. We also were able to get the inner area of the cowl sealed up with a coat of POR 15. When Chase was finished priming the parts, he joined Chris and I in prepping the inside of the car for the bedliner. Then, all three of us spent the rest of the afternoon on that working in there. The last few pictures of the body parts show them complete with the slick sand.

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Posted on May 6, 2013, in 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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