Seeing Double ? Terry Young arrives at our shop to drop off his car 1/15/2002 What other shop would give you a loaner so you don't miss your '55 ? Be a shame to leave his lift empty while we do up his car with limited space.

Seeing Double ?
Terry Young arrives at our shop to drop off his car 1/15/2002
What other shop would give you a loaner so you don't miss your '55 ?
Be a shame to leave his lift empty while we do up his car with limited space.

Doesn't look to bad yet. 
You never know what you'llfind oncethestrip down starts for
the fresh painting

Some cars you have to take everything off the inside to get it apart.
Still sand under the back seat from the last time.
Does that stuff ever all get out of the car?

The vent trim on one of these is a real challenge. 
The stainless is all removed to polish to compliment the fresh paint & chrome.
everything off time to start sanding...

The Chrome is all done
The Stainless all Buffed
New Weatherstrips are ready

AND THE BODY WORK GOES ON...

All the waves removed and the lines adjusted

Colors, Clear, and Catalysts

Prime and Prepare

Back window out to replace molding clips and repair hidden rust scale

The Painting has begun

Masked to two-tone

Time to Clear Coat

Everything reassembled

All water sanded & buffed to the final shine

New weather strips & chrome

Sandblast & paint the wheels for the new wide white walls!

Note the 1955 New York License Plate