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1933 Ford Sedan
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This project was sent to us for a color change and to have the fiberglass fenders removed and replaed with steel ones.
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This car originally had a soft top that would slide back and open. In it's past someone welded a piece of metal in place and it severely warped from the heat. It was then filled in with bondo. The real project here will be making the matal lay flat and smooth with minimal filler.
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With the firewall preped for paint, we are now in the paint booth.
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With the firewall painted, the owner will be picking this one up to reinstall the engine and trans.
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Back from the home shop with engine and trans installed, final prep work can now begin.
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Jamb color is applied separately to avoid problems down the road with overspray.
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With the new colored applied the wet sanding is nearly completed.
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Now it's back to the booth for the two color stripe.
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Here is the second stripe color being applied.
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With most of the paint work completed, this one will now go back home for final assembly and then return for touch-up and detail.
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