This is the other door on the ’52 Ford. While I was working on the Ghia, Chris was hard at it on the door. He started by sanding the entire door, inside and out. During the sanding process, Chris found a few small holes that needed to be welded up so that was take care of right away. Those were then ground down smooth again then it was prepped for epoxy primer. It was hung up so all areas could get primed. Epoxy provides great protection for the metal and has great adhesion to bare metal. This will dry over night and we hope to start the body work on here tomorrow. This door is in MUCH better shape than the left one.
Posted on May 13, 2015, in 1952 Ford Truck, High Performance Finishes and tagged auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, Body Filler, body shop, body work, epoxy primer, Jmc Autoworx, PPG Paint, Prime, primer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.