Here's a few more of the next E-tek Restoration project.
May be the "nicest" start to a job I've ever had!
Looks so good.....but here's some of the work required:
Can you spot the CRAPPY bodywork?
It's not that you wouldn't have a few little wrinkles on the back side of a repaired panel, but my standards are much higher than this! With much more hammer and dolly and much less filler, there would have been fewer wrinkles - which I then would have finished on this side (the inside), so it would look like there was never a repair made.
In all it'll need front floors and quarter panels, plus whatever pops up once it's here and gone through. The owner is stripping it down and it'll be painted at BridgeCity Collision, owned by a very long-in-the-tooth restoration specialist named Corky. He has done - and owns - many wicked rides and is a perfectionist - which makes us the perfect team!
Don't forget to check out the website at www.E-tekRestorations.com.
Special thanks to www.RUSTBULLET.com and www.CarCraft.com.