overall the body is not too rough other then drivers door. appears to have come in contact with a tree at some point.
this is drivers door after i hammered it back out. it actually came out pretty well. won't take a lot of filler to get it looking good
new wheels and tires 235-75-15's waiting as well that actually fit
the others were 31 x 10.50 and the wheel bolt pattern was different and it had adapters installed which pushed the wheels out really far and they rubbed everything in the front plus really made the thing weak on take off. sold the tires and have the rims for sale.
yeah i do too. i call it firebird green because the original color i bought i didn't like so i got some paint off the shelf from some past projects and "custom" mixed with it until i got the color i was shooting for. so i'm glad i guessed the amount right. might be hard to match! had about a cup left over.
Last Edit: May 13, 2019 15:15:30 GMT -5 by firebird
My apologies I misunderstood. As long as they are prepped probably you shouldn't have a problem. I know there is a company in Michigan that uses an epoxy paint. Some guys had there cage and bumpers done and it's supposed to be even harder and more scratch resistant than powder coat.
still moving on. new led light to replace ugly reflectors. repaired both left fenders and sprayed all with bedliner, also sprayed front bumper and installed led off road lights. really happy with the way it is looking so far!
Last Edit: May 21, 2019 20:30:07 GMT -5 by firebird