Yesterday Jordan spent a good portion of the day breaking down the doors. Today, he has been at it pretty steady all day. The doors are both completely apart and removed, the trunk is off and apart, the hood moldings have been removed as well, as a few more interior molding parts. The time consuming part of all this is bagging and tagging all of the parts and their bolts to make reassembly much easier. And buddy I’ll tell ya, their are a lot little parts. We have tubs that we use to store parts in so that things remain in one spot for safe keeping. Inside the tubs are bags with screws, bolts and clips labeled where they came from as well as the tons of bright work from the same panels. Hopefully tomorrow these newly disassembled parts will be going to the blaster.
Posted on July 6, 2017, in 1957 Bel-Air, High Performance Finishes and tagged 1957, 57 Chevy, auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, automotive paint shop, Bel-Air, body repair, body repair shop, body shop, body work, Burlington NC, Cheverolet, Chevy, Disassembly, epoxy primer, Escalade, High Performance Finish, Jmc Autoworx, North Carolina, Paint, Paint and body shop, paint shop, ppg, PPG Paint, restoration work, Ridgeline, stripping. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.