Laying down House of Kolor's Pagan Gold candy on a 1940 Ford pickup hood.
Here we put a 1957 LaFrance V12 fire truck engine into a 1931 Studebaker. We extended the frame by 10" to accommodate the engine length and will fabricate a one-off removable hood and louvered side panels.
Media blasting parts for a 1940 Ford. Blasting is the best way to remove paint, rust and rot from your project car or truck to assess your welding and fabrication needs and give you a clean slate for bodywork. As a dedicated resto/rod shop, we do all our blasting in house and know how to treat your metal; we also blast for many well-known shops in the area who trust our automotive expertise with their customers' cars.
Here we describe U-POL RAPTOR Liner applied as an undercoat on a 1965 Fastback Mustang restoration project in the shop, after metal work has been completed. This is a tintable liner that dries quickly and provides UV protection as well as acting as a rock guard and sound dampener.
Gearing up for a Candy Apple Red paint job on this 1969 Chevelle by watering down the floor, installing fresh filters, and attaching a chain from the car to the ground to minimize static electricity. First of a series of five videos, here we run down what we will be doing to get the coating process started.
Our in-house media blasting facility. Here we are blasting the "Grits Coupe," a 1931 Ford Model A hot rod. Part 1 of 2.
Part 2 of 2, media blasting the "Grits Coupe," a 1931 Ford Model A hot rod, at our in-house blasting facility.