1967 Mustang Body Paint and Repair
In this post, we will demonstrate and show the process taken to complete 1967 Mustang Body Paint and Repair.
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Currently we have finished blocking out the Mustang, body worked some of the panels that required it, and have applied the next coat of primer.
Here you can see, awesome body work on the deck lid. After a smooth final coat, you won’t even be able to tell they were there. The dents and any digs on the trunk were Bondo-ed and smoothed to perfection.
Body work on the hood. The dents and any digs on the hood were Bondo-ed and smoothed to perfection. After a smooth final coat, you won’t even be able to tell they were there.
Masking and prepping for primer. This is time consuming but very important step. The hood dents and digs went unnoticed and were practically invisible! The trunk dents and digs were unnoticed and would were practically invisible after a little more smoothing out.
After application of primer.
Next we will block this out and fix any imperfection and then we will be close to ready for paint.