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August 17, 2009

Second round of 2K primer

The work continues. The application of the primer went well. I didn't repeat some of the mistakes I made last time, though I did make a couple of new mistakes. The good thing about the primer is that you end up sanding off your mistakes. It is very gratifying to see the panels coming out straighter and straighter. The next round of block sanding will begin shortly. While it was 150 grit last time, this time we'll be using 320 grit and we will be avoiding cutting down to bare metal. I'm not anticipating a problem with any severe high spots, but time and work will tell if I'm right.

Here's a slide show of a walkaround of the car with the second round of primer on it.

Posted in 2004-present | RESTORATION | body | primer and paint | sanding


Very nice work on your 70 charger.I own a 1968 Dodge Charger with a 383 520hp.I had body work and primor done on my car in 1995 and thats how its been til now.Your restoration is very detailed and I will be reffering to it in the future.

Posted by: Eric at September 17, 2009 05:54 AM

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