Yesterday we prepped these parts for the ’52 Ford for paint. We blasted these parts a couple of weeks ago, but havent had a chance to paint them yet. We started off by sanding them with 180 grit paper to get a smooth surface. We then cleaned them very well with wax and grease remover. We then hung each part up in the booth so that all sides could be sprayed at the same time. Paul took over here by spraying a coat of PPG’s DPLV epoxy sealer. Once that was dry, it was followed with a couple of coats of eggshell black single stage. Most of these parts you will never see once on the truck but they must all function and look presentable just in case. Once reassembled, these parts will be ready for another 70 years of service.
Posted on July 17, 2015, in 1952 Ford Truck, High Performance Finishes and tagged 1952 Ford Truck, auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, Base Coat, Body Filler, body shop, body work, epoxy primer, flat black wheels, High Performance Finish, Jmc Autoworx, PPG Paint, primer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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