woensdag 21 mei 2014
zondag 8 december 2013
Hey everyone, it’s a long time ago that I posted something, so today I have a big update for you. I’m getting closer every day, the car is looking great right now and I’m proud of the work I have done already. This is the step where all the crappy work is done and the nice work begins. I hope you like this post and please leave a comment below so I know you’re following my project, and I will post more updates!
|Of course every screw on the lights was rusty and got stuck in the lights. I drilled the rusty screws out and replaced them whit these inbus bolts.|
|Got them fitted, the look is too sweet!|
|Back plates fit perfectly.|
|Loaded the car on the car trailer|
Aaaaaand the car is back! Wow it looks great! The painted the car in epoxy it’s a perfect base for the next paint steps.
|They also did the doors, they are in the car on this picture.|
When the Z was back from the sandblasting company I put the body back on the car spit. The next step was to cover every seam of the Z with Innotec sealer.
|It´s a tough job and it takes a lot of time to cover every spot of the car.|
I did the big seams with a brush to get the original look from the factory.
Here the fun part starts. I like the effect of the new cars with spray-sealer so I decided to spray the sealer on the places where stones can hit the body
Foil and tape to cover the car.
|This is the first time I tried to do this, so I only had one chance to do it right!|
|The sealer gives the Z a professional look,|
it stays soft and feels like rubber.We also got this spray sealer on
the rally cars and it works great!
And I tried to make a panorama picture so you can see what I spray sealed.
The next step I’m working on right now is to get the Z on a frame so I can work on the doors and fenders. I hope you liked this post and comments are always welcome!