The first paint is laid on. To the layman it may look black but it is not.
The syntax at this stage is of high importance. The next coat for this car is red oxide. This will need to be applied using a body shell jig. We are now attempting to duplicate GM and how they went about painting in a production line environment. This will involve overspray on the base paint. I have studied various HQs now and I see a pattern to how they were painted.
Also of importance is the rust prevention. If you look at the inner sill panel you will see 25mm holes. We have drilled 20 of these in all the important areas to improve the metal protection.
I use only Tectoyl 506 as it is without a doubt the best rust protection money can buy.
Fishoil is about as useful as salt water. This body was tectoyled on the rotor in ever angle possible. 8 litres just on the shell.
Points of interest HQ.
1. DIPPED FROM FACTORY TO WASTE LINE.
2. FIRE WALL AND BOOT FLOOR PAINT (BLUE GREY) SAME COLOUR.
And not a match to underbody.