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Our 1969 original Tri-Power gone Rest-O-Mod is coming along nicely.  We’re building tooling for the side pipe covers and dash parts and finishing the custom designed door panels which will also be tooled.

 

 


This is “Warren” he’s here for windshield and birdcage repairs.  We first started by reinforcing the cockpit area to ensure everything was properly aligned then it was off to the blaster to get rid of the rust and the build up underneath

 

 


The fiberglass department has been busy building new tooling!  Here we have custom C3 splash shields and custom C3 door skins.  The C3 door skins eliminate the door handles and locks and you will never have to worry about the imprint of them showing back as you would if they we’re simply filled in. 

 

                                                                               

                                                         

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   1969 – “REST-O-MOD” CORVETTE

Ed has been working hard fitting the tires to accommodate our L88 Flares 335 on the

                           back and 275 on the front. While Mike has been designing the custom interior

              which will then head to the our fiberglass department for the molds to be made

                                                                 

                                                                                                   

 

 


 

 

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1973 – CORVETTE “Warren”

Todd is reinforcing “Warren” the 73 Corvette so he can remove the front clip and repair the birdcage.  By building the reinforcements we will be able to keep our birdcage more stable during the repairs and ensure the proper measurements during the process.


1969 – “REST-O-MOD” CORVETTE

Ed And Mike Are Working Together To Fit Our C3 L88 Custom Front Clip, Our C3 L88 Custom Rear Clip And Our C3 Custom Inner Fenders

By The Way, This 1969 Is An Original Tri-Power Corvette 


1972 LT1 – CORVETTE

With The Help Of Tyler, Corey Sprayed The LT1 With The 2nd Coat Of Primer.


1963 – 1967 C2 Corvette – Front Fenders Flares 1.5 Inch Flare

Our Fiberglass Fenders Are Built To Be Bonded To The Factory Bonding Strip For Easy Installation.  These Front Fenders Will Fit On 1963 – 1967 Corvette And Are Made In House By Our Fiberglass Team

If You Would Like To Buy Our Custom Fiberglass Front Fenders With 1.5 Inch Flares You Can Call, Email Us Or Click The Link Below

Phone: 1-800-752-3188 Or 989-249-1100

Email: Info@DynamicCorvettes.com

1963-1967 C2 Corvette – Front Fenders Flares 1.5 Inch Flare – Pair


C2 Front Clip Crate & C2 Stinger Hood Crate

We Want To Make Sure That Our Fiberglass Parts Get To Our Customers Without Damage

We Use A Great Deal Of Care When We Build Our Custom Crates

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1978 – CORVETTE “5 OCLOK”

It Was Time For Another Coat Of Primer For This 25th Anniversary Corvette.  Tyler, Jordan And Nathan Made Sure It Was Bagged And Taped Off Before Tyler And Corey Sprayed It With A 2nd Coat Of Primer. 


1977 – CORVETTE

Ed And Todd Continue To Reassemble This 1977 Corvette.  They Have Reinstalled The Headlights And The Front Bumper. Then Todd Continued To Reassemble The Engine Compartment By Mounting The Radiator To The Core Support. Todd Also Reinstalling The Steering Column As Well. 


1963-1967 C2 Corvette – Custom Fiberglass Firewall Close Out Panel

We Make A Firewall Close Out Panel For C2 Corvettes So You Can Have A Clean Polished Firewall And Also Save Hours Of Bodywork Time.  The Panel Is Scribed In Sections For Easy Trimming And Fitting.  All Of Our Fiberglass Is Hand Laid By Our Team Here In Saginaw Michigan. 

If You Would Like To Buy A Custom Fiberglass Firewall Close Out Panel You Can Call, Email Us Or Click The Link Below

Phone: 1-800-752-3188 Or 989-249-1100

Email: Info@DynamicCorvettes.com

1963-1967 C2 Corvette – Custom Fiberglass Firewall Close Out Panel


1969 – “REST-O-MOD” CORVETTE

Mike And Steve Have Been Busy Working On A Few Projects For This Rest-O-Mod. One Of Them Is A Set Of Custom Made Fiberglass Inner Fenders For C3 Corvettes.  Another Project Is A Center Console With A Built In iPad Mini To Control Features That Are In Most Modern Cars, Like Turning On And Off Headlights And Touch To Start.  Ed And Mike Also Performed An Alignment On The RestOmod Corvette As Well.


1972 LT1 – CORVETTE

Corey, Tyler And Jordan Work Together Sanding The Original Owner LT1 Corvette To A Smooth Surface With High Grit Sandpaper.

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1978 – CORVETTE “5 OCLOK”

Corey And Tyler Are Back Working On This 78 Corvette.  Last Time They Gave It It’s First Coat Of Primer Now They Are Sanding It Down To A Smooth Surface.


1977 – CORVETTE

Ed And Todd Start By Attaching The Frame To The Body On A Hoist. Then They Remove The Rusted Out V-Bar And Replace It With A New One.


1975 – CORVETTE

Ed And Todd Installed The Rebuilt Engine In The 75 Corvette  


 

1968 – 1982 C3 Corvette -LT1 Long Hood W/ Finished Backside 

This Is A Custom Big Block Style Hood For A C3 Corvette. This Hood Is Hand Laid By Our Fiberglass Team Here At Our Shop In Saginaw Michigan 

If You Would Like To Buy A LT1 Long Hood With Finished Backside You Can Call And Email Us Or Click The Link Below

Phone: 1-800-752-3188 Or 989-249-1100

Email: Info@DynamicCorvettes.com

1968 – 1982 C3 Corvette – “LT1/BB Style” Hood W/ Finished Backside – Fiberglass

 

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1960 – CORVETTE

Ed And Todd Continue To Make Progress On The 60 RestOmod Corvette.  Ed Began Working On A Custom Firewall While Todd Cut Metal

Tubes For The Exhaust.  From There The Guys Began Making Custom Inner-Fenders.


1964 – CORVETTE

Corey And Tyler Moved This Corvette To The Booth For It’s Second Coat Of Primer.  They Started By Taping Off The Areas They Didn’t Want Primer To Get On.


1973 – CORVETTE “Warren”

Just hauled in


FIBERGLASS – C3 Inner-Fender

Our Fiberglass Team Has Designed And Fabricated A New Custom Inner-Fender Mold For C3 Corvettes From 1968 – 1976.  Keep An Eye Out For The Official Release Of This Fiberglass Part.

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1972 – CORVETTE

The Guys Finished Sanding Down The Body Filler On This Corvette.  Then They Moved It To The Paint Booth Where Corey And Tyler Prepared It For Its First Coat Of Primer


1964 – CORVETTE

Corey, Tyler, Zac And Jordan Have Sanded This Baby Down And Installed The Headlight Bucket.


1960 – CORVETTE

Todd And Ed Are Back At It Again With This 1960 Corvette.  They Made Lots Of Ground This Week, They Made Cuts In The Rear Of The Corvette To Make Room For The Tires And Gas Tank.  After That They Began Making A New Floor For The Trunk Out Of Fiberglass. The Guys Had To Make The Wheel Wells Sit Flush Against The Body So They Grind Any Rough Parts To A Smooth Surface And Then Bonded The Wheel Wells With Duraglas To The Body


1963 – 1967 Corvette – Heater Box Close-Out Panel For Vintage A/C

We At Dynamic Corvettes Have Designed And Fabricated A Heater Box Close-Out Panel For Your 1963 – 1967 Corvette.

If You Would Like To Buy A Heater Box Close-Out Panel Click The Link Below

1963 – 1967 Corvette – Fiberglass Heater Box Close-Out Panel For Vintage A/C

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1960 – CORVETTE

Ed And Todd Have Taken The Challenge Of Fitting This 1960 Corvette Body On A New Frame That The Owner Purchased For It. With Ed’s Many Years Of Experience With Classic Corvettes And The Help Of Todd, The Two Start By Planning What They Will Need To Cut Off In The Rear Of The Corvette So That The Back Tires Don’t Interfere With The Body. Once They Have The Body Sitting On They Frame Properly They Will Use Bonding Strips To Bond The Fiberglass Wheel Wells To The Rest Of The Body.


1977 – CORVETTE

Todd Finished Mounting The Engine, Transmission And Added New Lines To The Frame Of This Corvette. Then He Moved To The Body To Give The Engine Compartment A Coat Of Black Paint To Clean It Up.


1972 – CORVETTE

A Lot Of Work Was Put In To This 72 Corvette This Week. Corey And Tyler Were The Men To Do It, The Guys Attached The Doors And Found That They Didn’t Like The Gaps Between The Passenger Door And The Rest Of The Body. Corey Filled The Gaps With Filler To Shrink The Spacing Around The Door. From There The Guys Started Using The Filler On Key Points Of The Corvette Like The Fenders, Headlights, And The Hood So The Door Gaps Will Be Perfect Before Heading To The Paint Booth For The First of 2 Coats Of Primer.


1969 – CORVETTE

Steve Has Been Busy Designing New Inner-Fenders With The Help Of Mike.

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1972 – CORVETTE

Corey And Tyler Have Been Working With This 1972 By Grinding Down The Factory Seams Along The Whole Corvette Then They Filled The Grounded Seams With Epoxy Which They Let Dry Over Night. Once The Epoxy Drys They Sand Down The Seams To Fit Flush With The Rest Of The Body. The Reason We Replace The Factory Seams Is That They Tend To Shrink Over Time. Then Ed Made Some Fiberglass Bonding Strip For The Front Of The Corvette Where We Have Notice Some Thin Cracks That Were Repaired Before, But This Time The Bonding Strip Will Go Under The Fiberglass Giving It The Support It Needs. Ed Also Replaced The V-Bar That Was Rusty And Eroding Away.


1978 – CORVETTE

Corey And Tyler Have Been Hard At Work This Thanksgiving Week. This Corvette Named “5 O’CLOK,” Was Taken To The Paint Booth And Given A Coat Of Primer After Which Corey And Tyler Reassembled The Doors To The Body And Mounted The Hood And Checked The Spacing Around The Hood.


1977 – CORVETTE

Todd Is The Man For The Job This Week. He’s Been Busy Assembling The Chassis Of This 1977 Corvette, He Started By Assembling The Rear Differential To The Frame. Then He Replaced One Of The Warn Down Frame Mounts With A New One. From There He Installed The Bushings, Front And Rear Suspensions And Added New Lines To The Frame.


1960 – CORVETTE

This Baby Was In Need Of A Good Cleaning Under Its Body And They Guys Did Just That. It Was All Hands On Deck For The Scrapping Of This Corvette. Once They Got The Larger Clumps Of Dirt Off The Body, They Moved To The Sand Blower Maned By Mike And Tyler.