Prep For Paint

Camaro in bodyshop. Drivers door.

The metalwork may be finished, but the bodywork continues. Before it can go to paint all the imperfections in the body have to be filled and sanded to perfection.

Hood. Tony works on fender

Tony applies a thin coat of filler to the right fender. Once sanded, this filler will help the paint adhere to the body.

Camaro skinned and sanded - rear view.

Camaro skinned and sanded - front view.

With the sanding finished it is off to the paint shop.

Camaro body on rotisserie - front Camaro body on rotisserie - rear.

Once at the paint shop the body is taken back off of the chassis and put on a rotisserie for some final prep and cleaning work before painting.

Camaro body on rotisserie - underside. Camaro body on rotisserie - interior.

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

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