Mid February in Maryland is not usually shorts & T-shirt weather, but there you go. I had a few hours on Saturday and Sunday so I got a little more done on Bridget. Painted the new spare tire carrier. Got the body filler all-but-done.
The fenders are shaping up nicely. The “problem child” driver’s front is pretty much right. The passenger front just needs a little bit more on top to round it out. The rears are very close to right—filling pinholes and such now and starting with the 150 grit. The scuttle top is good, and so is the rear valance and engine cover.
We’re now into the sand, sand, sand part of the process (though I still have to get a bit of fiberglassing done on the front valance and underneath the floor pan). While the sun was out I decided to go ahead and shoot the new spare carrier with the Duplicolor rattlecan.
Never forget the underneath!
This was a quick & dirty job. I blew off the dust, wiped it down with acetone, sprayed five coats of color, no color sanding.
Then I shot three coats of clear over that.
Most of this thing is hidden behind the spare tire. I think it looks appropriately…metal.