Lifting the body up and rolling the original frame out. Note the reinforced door and interior body bracing. The rotisserie was fabricated in house utilizing an car hauler chassis which provides greater lifting and maneuvering ability. Lateral stress forces are maintained and absorbed into the rotisserie and not the automobile's body.
We do our mediablasting in-house where we can immediately repair any found rust through prior to prime and paint.
A closer view.
This 1970 Buick Skylark was mediablasted, epoxy primed and then painted to duplicate factory gloss.
Impala coated in factory matching red oxide primer
Impala trunk floor after repairs of numerous small dents
The Impala interior floor was mediablasted, epoxy primed and then red oxide primer that matched factory color.
Great care was taken to duplicate the original factory appearance on the underbody panels.
Mediablasted frame awaiting metal chemical conditioner
Frame was mediablasted, metal conditioned, epoxy primed and urethane painted for longevity.
The above and below photos are of a GTO underside. The quality was the same as one would see on the topside outer panels.