Home stretch

DSCF7050 DSCF7053 DSCF7054 DSCF7055 DSCF7056Back on the Acadia again today. Trying to wrap this one up. Chris worked most of the day on this one and boy does it show. All the handles are back in, door panels back on, interior is back together, bumper is on. I’d say its pretty well together except for the quarter windows. We also have a couple of shots of me spraying the rust preventative into the seams. This is a liquid that dries to a waxy consistency to prevent water from getting onto the bare metal seams. Places where you just cant get paint. The special wand you see sprays the material straight out as well as in a 360 degree pattern. This ensures that all areas get good coverage. Late in the day, it was sent over to the alignment shop to get an alignment and the new rear wheel installed. Im sure the customer will be happy to get back into their own vehicle. We have had this one for a while but we can definitely see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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Posted on January 6, 2015, in Collision Repair and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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