Two of 2

IMG_2870 IMG_2871 IMG_2872 IMG_2873 IMG_2875 IMG_2876 IMG_2877 IMG_2878 IMG_2879 IMG_2880This Land Cruiser was the “other’ vehicle from yesterdays post with the Prius. This is the one that the Prius hit. Both had about the same amount of damage. We started by removing the front bumper and the broken flare. We then pulled out the fender and straightened the bracket holds the fender and bumper together right there. We then tapped out the dent that was in the fender and sanded smooth the bad spots in the bumper. We used body filler on the fender to smooth out the rest of the dent. Once the body work was done, we primed the bumper and the fender.  A few hours later, we blocked out the primer and prepped the bumper and fender for paint.  We had a little time this afternoon, and thought we would go ahead and slide it in the booth to get it ready for tomorrow. Next thing I know we were spraying the clear on it. Sometimes things just go smoothly. The Prius and this Land Cruiser definitely fell into that category.

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Posted on November 6, 2013, in Collision Repair and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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