Now that the mountain of metal work is done it is time to being slinging Mud(plastic filler) and priming and sanding. Here are a few shots after the initial primer and guide-coat. The extra holes in the firewall have been welded up and smoothed out.
Just finished polishing a tank for a customer, no not a mini gas tank but a motorcycle gas tank. It was a nice change to do something new, and keep a current customer happy.
The front end is spotwelded on and metal bumping and finishing has begun. The LH quarter was severely stretch from being pushed in and pulled out poorly. The only solution was to cut a slit down the center of the stretched area and weld it back together. The RH door skin has been installed and the lower edge is being ground and rewelded to create a gap (no rubbing on door opening). The Door skin was installed using a bead roller to avoid a bumpy edge left by the hammer and dolly method. Now to finish the metal work and begin the body work.