The body of the Shelby has been glassbeaded to bare metal and is ready to epoxy prime.
Inside of the cowl panel on the Shelby has been sprayed with epoxy primer top and bottom.
Inside the lower brace on the radiator support has been epoxy primed.
This is a photo of the left hand underside of the dash. All the seams are sprayed first with epoxy primer.
Inside of the LH rocker panel has been sprayed with epoxy primer.
Inside of the shock tower has been sprayed with epoxy primer.
The back side of the dash on the Shelby Mustang has been epoxy primed.
The inside of the car and the dash have been epoxy primed.
The inside floor pans have been epoxy primed.
The underside of the car was sprayed with epoxy primer and the primer was tinted to match the color of the cars original color on the underside.
The inside of the body at the trunk hinge panel is epoxy primed.
This is the original color of the primer used on San Jose plant cars built at this time period.
The epoxy primer that has been applied is not the top coat finish. After the body work is complete it will be reprimed, sanded, and the top coat finish will be a urethane paint tinted to match the look of this primer color.
The engine compartment has been primed with PPG’s black DP epoxy primer.
The outerbody has been sprayed with PPG’s gray DP epoxy primer.
The outer body has been sprayed with PPG’s DP epoxy primer.
The engine compartment is sprayed with black epoxy primer.