The latest on the Centerdoor. Wet sanding and spot painting is my favorite pass time. Its a pass time that lasts for weeks and weeks. Urrgh...
More awesome stuff Don.
That is going to be nice!
Had asked Don for an update... Neat to see the pics of fine work! Thanks, Don!!
Thank you all for the kind words. I decided to try out the Polyurethane paint on this one. Not too thrilled with it so far. It seems to require a lot more wet sanding than expected. It also doesn't "flash" like the acrylic enamels do. Much to learn on this paint job.
It takes a very smooth surface to get that kind of even reflection. A tedious job but one well done.
Looks good Don, a lot of people don't realize the time it takes to get it that smooth and straight.
Hap l9l5 cut off
Stopping by Don Booth's house is kind of like a pilgrimage where your love of the hobby gets renewed. He always has a cool project to show off when I drive through Bay City and stalk his garage. Don also demonstrated his Fordor runs every bit as nicely as it looks.
I get treated to re-runs when I see his restorations driving through registration at the Old Car Festival.
I admit it's not my favorite body style but damn that's a knockout!
That is beautiful ,,I can't wait to see it all together...!!
Keep up the excellent Work and thanks for sharing..