Rust no more

DSCF7889 DSCF7890 DSCF7880 DSCF7881 DSCF7882 DSCF7883 DSCF7884 DSCF7885Today we were able to get the slick sand applied to the Ghia. Slick Sand is a very high build primer that allows us to block out the fine waves and ripples in sheet metal. Once that was dry enough to move out of the booth, we put the hood and deck lid in the booth to spray the epoxy on them. We sprayed the bottom side and then the top once it was dry enough to turn over. Monday we will apply the slick sand to these parts.  Now that the body is water tight with no worries about rusting from hand prints and humidity, we will start with the major rust repair in the rockers and floor pans.

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Posted on June 19, 2015, in High Performance Finishes, Karmann Ghia and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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