Tundra

DSCF0327DSCF0326DSCF0325DSCF0319DSCF0318DSCF0321DSCF0320DSCF0328DSCF0329DSCF0330DSCF0331DSCF0342DSCF0332This Tundra is in the shop to get fresh coat of paint. With all of the off roading stickers on here, Im going to assume that this rig has seen a few miles in the woods but now its time to straighten out a few of those dings and scratches and make this thing shine again. We started by removing the bed the handles the mirrors and various other parts from the truck. In trying not to get too out of hand on this one, we didnt completely disassemble the truck like we would for a higher end job, but the finished product will still look pretty good. We then repaired a few dents, installed a new left fender and started sanding the rest of the truck. Since we had the bed ready first, it went on into the booth for painting. We will also be doing a spray in bedliner on here next week. We painted the front of the truck today but didnt get an pictures of it in clear. You will have to wait to see that next week when its all wrapped up.

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Posted on August 4, 2017, in Non-Collision Work and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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