We are attending this year’s Detroit Autorama with our multi-award winning 1956 Corvette RestoMod. Come on out to Cobo Hall this weekend and check out the car for yourself, talk to Steve about Corvettes or ask questions about your Corvette projects!
Masked off the 1956 RestoMod for buffing
Masking before buffing creates a barrier between the paint and the moldings so excess rubbing compound will not get in between and dry up.
Will you be there? Or will you be square?
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Junior made the trip down to Bowling Green, KY on Friday to check out the Corvette Museum and the Skydome sinkhole. Here are some pictures he brought back of the sinkhole cars and of a few exhibits.
The boys have completed the paint work on the 1960 Corvette Barn Car. After it came out of the booth, Corey and Tyler got straight to work by wet sanding the entire car, followed by Corey buffing out the finish to a mirror like shine. Currently, Ed and Josh are hard at work starting the assembly process. They have started with installing various weatherstrips around the vehicle, and mounting the removable panels (i.e. trunk lid). New wiring harnesses have come in for this beauty and they will be installing those over the next few days.
Josh has started to assemble the dash in the 1977 Corvette. He has also gotten the rear storage compartment doors ready for installation and started to install the center consoles.
Corey and Tyler have now moved onto the 1978 Corvette Pace Car. Previously, we had applied a coat of primer to the vehicle. They guys now have put the car on the hoist within the paint booth and are wet sanding the primer before applying another coat and then starting to lay down base.
Last but not least, Junior has been putting together these slideshow videos of past projects we have completed. Here is a project from the summer of 2014.