Disassembly begins on this all original project.
Once the body is completely stripped, it it removed from the chassis and put onto a rotisserie.
The chassis is rolled away to be taken apart, inspected for any damage and sent out to be sandblasted and powdercoated.
Rust in the typical areas is evident, like this back window area. Sandblasting will uncover the full extent of the damage.
Rust in the typical areas is evident, like the foot well area. Sandblasting will uncover the full extent of the damage.
Parts are catalogued and put into storage.
The body has been sand blasted and the rust and damage areas can now be repaired.
Rust is repaired before moving on to hammering out all of the dents. Then the body can be sent to the paint shop.
The body is back from the paint shop and final assembly can begin.
350 Horse 327 corvette motor, numbers matching.
At Autorama, we won first in class.
Dedicated to the original owner of the car.
Show card at Autorama, we won first in class.
A modern sealed battery inside a original style enclosure.
Restored and correctly date coded carburetor