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The 1958 Corvette is ready for a second coat of primer! Corey has been block sanding on the body for about 2 weeks to get everything straight, flush, and even before applying the second coat of primer. Now that the vehicle is ready for a second coat, Corey has moved the car into the paint booth and cleaned the entire body of dust. Once the body is free of dust, he can start masking off the body for the primer coat.
The owner of this 1976 Corvette wanted his old deteriorating rear bumper to be replaced with durable fiberglass. Tyler removed the old bumper, then fit the new bumper to the vehicle. Once the bumper was fitting correctly, Tyler sanded the bumper and then shot it in the paint booth with primer. After the primer dried, he block sanded the primer and then prepped the bumper for base and clear coat. Upon completion of the base and clear coat, the vehicle and bumper were taken over to Ed and he completed the project by swapping over all original bumper parts and then installing the new bumper to the vehicle.
This 1973 came in with accelerator issues. Ed quickly determined that the accelerator pump piston was hanging up and not moving freely causing the accelerator to not work properly. He disassembled the carb, replaced the pump piston, and reassembled the carb with new gaskets and seals.
Now that the 1959 has been painted, Corey and Tyler are working on getting the body wet sanded, rubbed, and buffed to a mirror like shine!