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Camaro in blast booth plastic media blasting Camaro

The first step is to blast the body down to bare metal and see what is lurking under all the paint and bondo. Click here if you want to find out more about plastic-media blasting.

Camaro with front end removed. rear window frame.

As with most cars this age there is visible rust around the window frames and in floor boards.

Camaro floor boards. Rust pits on dash.

After blasting the paint, bondo and light rust away, the extent of the work needed is clearly visible. Note the jagged hole that was cut in the trans tunnel for the after-market shift kit.

Camaro dash Dave repairs dash.

Dave installs a new dash panel and repairs the damage around the windshield frame.

New hood and fenders Hood and fenders assembled.

The new fron end is mocked up to make sure it will fit properly.

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(Note: "Vineyard Ave." has been changed to "Auto Park Way." Our address has changed, but not our physical location.)

Hot Rods & Custom Stuff - builds, restores, paints, services and sells parts for classic autos, cars, trucks and street rods.