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Body work continues on the 1960 Corvette. Josh has fit the headlight bezels while Ed worked on fitting the doors. Steve then came in to assist with the hood, decklid, and trunk.
Wait a minute… this isn’t a CORVETTE!
You are right, this is a 1979 Volkswagon Beetle that we are repainting for a very good friend of ours.
The frame repair for the 1965 Corvette has been completed. Ed and Josh got the new front horns welded on and cleaned up. Typically, we would refinish the frame with rust inhibiting paint, but the customer has a contact with a powder coat company and is going that route. Now it awaits for a chance for the customer to come up and pick it up.
The 1974 Corvette named Alice is fresh out of the paint booth. Tyler and Corey quickly got on wet sanding the new finish, followed by buffing and polishing, then finally hand polishing. Afterwards, they rolled it back over to the mechanical shop where Ed was waiting to start reassembly.
The 1978 Corvette Pace Car has entered the paint booth and is ready for its first coat of base! Al is pictured here doing some final masking.
A 1965 Corvette frame arrived on Saturday all the way from Lenawee County, MI. The customer knew something was wrong with his frame but could not determine what, so he brought it to the experts! After putting the frame on our Blackhawk frame bench with the appropriate fixtures, we determined that the front driver side of the frame had been twisted and rolled, while the passenger side had been over pulled.
Ed and Josh took the customer’s frame and cut off the front section followed by us locating a good donor frame from a 1974 Corvette in our warehouse. They removed the front section from the donor frame and welded sleeves into the customer frame. Once we had a good donor section, they welded that on to the customer’s frame. After welding, Josh ground down his welds to make a nice finish.
Ed removed the 1974 front horns and replaced them with the correct horns for a mid-year Corvette.
The 1974 Corvette named “Alice” is fresh out of the paint booth! And boy is she standing tall! The guys are now polishing the new finish after wet sanding. They will rub the paint until it’s a mirror like finish. Afterwards, it will head back over to Ed and Josh so they can re-install the interior.
The 1960 Corvette Barn Car is coming together swimmingly. Ed and Josh have installed the new windshield assembly, decklid trim, defroster bezels, and antenna. Josh is currently assembling the new heater control face plate with new cables and knobs.
The other 1960 is starting her body work. Ed and Josh will be filling and sanding for the next week getting this body absolutely perfect!
The 1978 Corvette Pace Car has received her first taste of paint. After masking off the interior, Al painted the door jams on the doors and body. Next, he will mask for the two-tone application of base followed by clear.
Hope everyone enjoyed our little April Fools joke yesterday!
Just to be clear, we are NOT changing the business to Dynamic Chevettes.
We will continue to be here for many years to come by only working on the true American sports car, the Corvette!
As many of you know, our owner Mr. Steve Snow has been working on Corvettes since he was a young man. It all started when he was 17 and had a vision and heard a voice say to him.
“Work on Vettes”
43 years have passed since that day, but everything changed last night.
After Steve settled in for the night and laid his head down to rest, he was blessed with another vision and heard another voice.
This time the voice said, “Steve, this is your creator. When you were 17 I told you to work on Vettes. While I have seen you do a lot of great work on Corvettes, you were meant for something else my son. You were destined to work on Chevettes, not Corvettes.”
So this morning as Junior walked into 308 N. Hamilton to open up the shop, he was greeted by Steve with a huge smile on his face.
“God spoke to me last night!”, he said with great animation. “He told me I have been working on the wrong car all my life.”
Junior did not know what to say, his mouth was hanging open like a fish on a line.
“From now on, we will no longer work on ANY Corvettes, and focus purely on the Chevette enthusiast”, Steve proclaimed.
WE HOPE YOU ARE ALL SUPPORTIVE OF OUR BUSINESS MODEL CHANGE!
DYNAMIC IS ALWAYS WILLING TO HELP OUT THE COMMUNITY! PICTURED BELOW ARE MEMBERS OF THE OLD TOWN SAGINAW ASSOCIATION GETTING THE RABBITS READY FOR THIS YEAR’S EASTER EGG HUNT ON THE COURTHOUSE LAWN!
WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING!
APPLY BY E-MAILING YOUR RESUME TO: INFO@DYNAMICCORVETTES.COM
THE 1965 CORVETTE HAS BEEN BLOCK SANDED AND SHOT WITH IT’S SECOND COAT OF PRIMER. NOW THE GUYS HAVE TO WET SAND THAT FINAL COAT OF PRIMER AND THEN BACK INTO THE BOOTH FOR BASE COAT/CLEAR COAT!
THE 1960 CORVETTE BARN CAR IS MAKING GREAT PROGRESS. PARTS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY TO GET THIS BEAUTY BACK ON THE ROAD.
THE 1962 CORVETTE HAS MADE IT INTO THE PAINT BOOTH AND RECEIVED IT’S FIRST COAT OF PRIMER. NEXT THE GUYS WILL HAVE TO BLOCK SAND THE ENTIRE VEHICLE AND PREP IT FOR THE SECOND COAT OF PRIME!
LASTLY, IF YOU BELIEVED THE STORY IN THE BEGINNING OF THIS POST THEN YOU MUST OF FORGOTTEN IT IS APRIL FOOLS DAY!