Veteran & Classic Car Club of W.A.

Rub back and respray

  • 14 Nov 2022 7:51 PM
    Message # 12988150

    Hi Members

    I am contemplating rubbing back my 74 Holden and getting it re-sprayed.

    I cannot afford $20k which seems to be the average minimum on a full re-spray (even closed-door) so am wondering about doing the hard work myself - ie - the rubbing back.

    Thus, can anyone please advise on the right tools, processes, tricks etc to make this process as painless as possible?

    Also, should this work (rubbing back) be undertaken in an enclosed area - ie - shed etc?

    Further to that, do you know of anyone who has the knowledge and experience to undertake the re-spray once the car is prepped?

    I appreciate any thoughts, ideas and guidance anyone may be able to offer, with thanks in advance.

    Phil

  • 2 Dec 2022 3:36 PM
    Reply # 13010429 on 12988150
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi Phil

    if you come into the club restoration workshops on a wed morning Rob Calcott can give you sufficient information and technical info to help you decide how to tackle this, alternatively if you cannot get in to the club on wed then call rob on  0412 629 228

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