We have a large group of pictures in this update so we will get right to it!
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Kurt pulling the depth out of the PPG Goodguys yellow paint.
bright (brit) :Emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts.
The crew has really been putting in some hours on the GoodGuys G/RS build. In this update you can really see some progress. The underside and interior of the shell received a healthy coat of Lizard Skin. Once it cured the team went straight back into the booth for tape and paper. The PPG GoodGuys Yellow was then mixed and sprayed to make this the brightest camaro shell we have seen in a while. Stayed tuned!
The team is still sanding away on the G/RS Camaro. The smoothing is nearly complete and a full coat of sealer has been applied. Hopefully the next update will be a colorful one!
Little bit of primer here… Little more smoothing there… Kurt and Dennis are making it straight before the bright yellow paint gets laid.
Final fit assembly then blowing it apart again for body, paint, and a multitude of other tricks.
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The engine cover and front shroud in all their metal worked beauty.
Dennis, Greg, & Kurt get the LSA a clean air path and it’s accessories ready to spin in this weeks G/RS update!
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LSA tucked nicely into the 69's engine compartment.
Work continues on the Good-Guys Camaro Project most of the front end fabrication done!
Kurt refinished the back deck-lid giving it a much smoother and more striking finish. The build team has already started to plan out the exhaust and the wheel wells are being reworked.
Lot’s of wheel well work being done. The Rick’s stainless tank and Hooker headers were mounted recently. Lots of new parts have been rolling in lately.
Each component was carefully selected for this project. Baer brakes, Forgeline wheels, Rick’s tank, and PRC Radiator are just a few of the components.
GM Performance LSA Engine