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1992 Ford F150 Project Fiery Redhead - Body Paint

Front Passenger Side View
Ken Brubaker
| Senior Editor, Four Wheeler
Posted September 1, 2007

Part Xiii: Body Language (Part 2)

After: Our rust-free truck has a new lease on life and it looks darn good to boot.

Before: Cracking body filler was partying with the corrosion on our F-150.

Last month, we detailed how Erick Wells and the hand-selected team of gonzo body techs at Vintage Iron & Design in Monroe, Wisconsin, repaired or replaced all of the rusty cab panels on our project F-150 with new panels from LMC Truck and a new cowl hood from Stylin' Concepts. We also described how they utilized refinishing supplies from Keystone Automotive to get the cab of the vehicle prepped and primed in preparation for painting. This month, we delve further into the Redhead's rebirth by detailing the painting of the cab, application of the work-ready Vortex bedliner, and the restoration and painting of the cargo bed.

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Sources

LMC Truck
Lenexa, KS 66219
800-562-8782
www.lmctruck.com
Stylin' Concepts
www.stylinconcepts.com
Keystone Automotive
800/328-1145
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