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Getting closer and closer to the finish line on the 1976 Corvette. Ed has gotten the doors hung, the weatherstrips installed, and the radiator out lately. Josh and Ed also have refinished the front extension and the impact bar so they are nice and black. Only a few things left to do on this Corvette. Replace the radiator, mount and balance new tires, and stick on the new emblems and she will be ready to go!
The 1974 Corvette named “Alice” has finally made her way into the paint booth for her first coat of primer. The boys have been working hard on this car for a week and a half to get the body just right before we move ahead with paint. All of the bumpers have been adjusted and fit perfectly, the hood and doors have been mounted and fit perfectly. After removing the bumpers, the guys pushed her into the paint booth so Tyler and Al can mask her off.
The 1965 Corvette is patiently waiting for it’s turn with Corey, Tyler and Al. Filling and sanding is the next order of business before we can apply a primer coat. Meanwhile, Corey has ground out the seams all around the vehicle and has applied a coat of epoxy to them. Before they start to apply filler, the guys will sand down the new epoxy seams first to make them nice and flush before moving on.
Still making progress with the 1960 Corvette. The underbody has been cleaned and all of the metal reinforcements have been replaced. Josh is currently disassembling the rear axle and cleaning it up. He will then transplant the differential to another housing which has been acid dipped and aqua-coated. Install new seals, gaskets, and bearings in the new housing, then mount the axle to the rear suspension pieces that have come in.
First off, here is a cute Chevrolet commercial for the Corvette that a customer forwarded to us.
Check out the video below to watch Ed, Josh and I lower the body on to the new chassis.
(Video is sped up to reduce the overall video time)
The 1978 Corvette Pace Car is covered in primer! After a lot of filling and sanding and more filling and sanding, the guys got the bumpers fitting perfectly along with the new spoilers. The boys then gave the entire body a once over with the sandpaper again to insure everything was smooth and then was rolled into the paint booth. They masked off the entire vehicle and applied a coat of Slick Sand primer and a light guide coat. Next order of business is block sanding, followed by another coat of primer.
Ed and Josh have removed the body from the 1960 Corvette. After torching all of the rusted bolts off the chassis, and then disconnecting all of everything from the body they slowly lifted the body off with the hoist.
Once the body was off, the quickly got to work on the chassis. First they removed the engine and took it over to the machine shop to be rebuilt. Following that, they removed the transmission, rear axle, and suspension. Once we have the replacement frame back from the acid dipper and E-coater’s we can start building the new chassis and place the body back on.
Lastly, the boys have started to fill and sand the 1974 Corvette, fondly named “Alice” by her owner. Her date with the paint booth is quickly approaching and we want her to look her best before we apply the first coat of primer. Steve, Tyler, and Corey have been diligently filling and sanding and sanding some more. We expect her to be primed by Friday!