Code red

DSCF8261 DSCF8262 DSCF8264 DSCF8265 DSCF8266 DSCF8255 DSCF8259DSCF8256 DSCF8257 DSCF8258More progress on code red today. The running boards, lower dash and a fender extension were all painted today. While Paul was spraying these, Chris and I was sanding the fenders and cab in preparation for buffing. We started off by sanding the parts with 1000 grit to remove the slight peel. This is where the looks like glass comes from. After the we sand with 1000, we switch to 2000 and sand it by hand again. Once that was completed we sand it a third time with 3000 grit but on a DA sander. This process makes buffing a little easier and really makes for a nice finished product. We will start buffing these out tomorrow and should get it done and all cleaned and polished up.

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Posted on September 10, 2015, in 1952 Ford Truck, High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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