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57 Bel Air resto ready for paint

This ’57 Chevy is about ready for paint after a full frame-off restoration, including all floor pans, trunk pans, inner and outer rockers, fender patches, quarter panels and a hand-crafted firewall to accommodate a 350 block. Check back soon for a full gallery of the restoration and finished pics.

*UPDATE: She’s done! Click here for pics.*

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  1. I have a 69 ford falcon futura. i finally pjcked a color. Can you quote me on a full restore, if i have the replacement parts and pieces.

    1. Hi Vicc, we tried to email you for more information but unfortunately the email seems to be bouncing back. There are quite a few variables that can affect cost including the current condition of the car, metal and bodywork required, upgrades desired, and the kind of fit and finish you are looking for. If you could please send us an email directly or give us a call, we’d need to go over some details and questions to get an idea of your goals and what your project would entail. Thanks and looking forward to speaking with you.

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