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Part Three of a 1956 Chevy Restoration at Wilson Auto Repair

Thanks for checking back for part three of this 1956 Chevy Bel Air frame off restoration.  Here are links to part one and part two should you need to catch up with our progress.

When we left off on part two, the guys were just finishing up on bodywork so this car could get primed.  Now it is time for us to block sand the vehicle.  We continued with this process until all the high and low spots were eliminated.

We got rid of the old cowl.

Here we focused on the body line on the top of the fender making sure it was straight.

This is the wheel the owner selected.  The center area will be painted to match the car.

We painted the car.  The color is absolutely stunning.  Especially in sunlight!  We couldn’t be happier with the results.

Here is a quick peek at the motor.

Not it is time to start assembling this 1956 Chevy.

That’s all we have for now.  Be sure to stay tuned with our blog to catch the final assembly of this 1956 Chevy and many other projects happening at Wilson Auto Repair.

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