​Quality custom & restoration sheet metal work & repair

More hammer, dolly & shrink disc time its starting to look very usable

A minimal amount of filler was needed to make it real nice & a few good coats of epoxy primer.

1964 Fairlane Left Quarter Panel Repair​​ & Door

Previous repair attempts

On restorations or mild restmods I like saving original sheet metal when ever possible as it  adds to the value of the vehicle later, in stead of having a bunch of patch panels, whether after market or hand fabbed. Once finished I burn the owner a CD of what was done for there records which can help in the resale later as to show what was done. Good documentation always helps when selling.

New patch held in place & checked for fit.

After some hammer & dolly with a bunch of shrink disc work it is starting to clean up

The owner was  quite happy I was able to save the original front quarter & door skin as there was no after market replacement panels available

A new panel was made up using the bead roller​ & English wheel it was made to look original with the recess on the bottom underside

​If you wish to discuss your current or up coming car or truck project, please feel free to call shop phone 425 433 0294 Best Way minor projects to major turn key builds.

​Danny Pascoe

A new section will be made for a quality repair.

The owner started to do the repair then realized it was over his head. This is a factory V8 four speed car

​Old repair & rusted section previously covered with mud

Nothing fancy just a nice clean repair

This is why the owner called me help, I screwed up my car. He had attempted to use the torch to repair the quarter & door damage. Then figured he was in over his head. Trying to fix the old damage repair  that some other mud artist did.

​Full welded then hammer, dolly & some shrink disc work, nice clean repair

​Tig tack welded in.