After a few good days of prepping the floor and bottom of the cab we were finally able to spray it. The first couple of pictures show how not prepping panels properly turn out. The black peeling paint is actually POR 15. It was improperly applied so we removed it before applying our coatings over it. We started with a coat of PPG’s DPLV epoxy primer over the bare metal and properly prepared panels. We actually did that yesterday afternoon. This morning we came in applied SEM seam sealer to the seams and the weld areas where patches were installed. Once the seam sealer was dry, Jordan sprayed 2 coats of Raptor liner over the DP. This well provide a water proof barrier for the under side of this truck that will still look very nice. While we were at it, we also sprayed the inside of the bedsides that are exposed to the bottom of the truck. Up next, its time to start spraying some panels while we finish up the body work on the cab.
Posted on September 14, 2018, in 1971 C10 and tagged auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, autobody repair, automotive paint shop, bedliner, Body Filler, body repair, body repair shop, body shop, body work, C-10, C10, Cheverolet, Chevy, Chevy truck, epoxy primer, Jmc Autoworx, Paint, Paint and body shop, paint shop, ppg, PPG Paint, PPG Refinish, Raptor Liner, spray in bed liner. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.