Kremer 935 K3 - Crawford
June 21, 2007
at the bottom, I'm thinking I never should have taken this
I always say..."No job too small".
see the signs of the blue paint everywhere.
to repair every piece of metal that's joined together.
it all has to fit...all the parts that came off the car have
to go back on the car.
you get finished and you discover that a hole in a panel,
or a dimple in an area behind something is really a dimple
that needs to stay. Sometimes we knock the dimple out, thinking
it's a dent, and it's actually clearance for some part that
was added at a later date.
been working on 935's since they were 934's and we know all
the in's and out's to the way Porsche made these chassis's.
But, when you get someone who starts tricking them out, and
then the car is delivered to you in a basket (with only a
few pictures), even we have to play the guessing game sometimes.
can see some of the panels are so crushed from so many off-road
excursions, that we have to cut panels, straighten everything
out, de-rust, re-prime, and then weld in new metal so it all
looks new and safe.
the rockers have been opened and will be closed by the next
of this car can't understand why this job wasn't done in two
him it would take at least two months....ha ha ha ha!
we measure all the stickers that came off the car to document
sizes and colors.
work starts, because of course, all of it was in the condition
that normally you would throw away.
everything, because an original door, re-done, is way better
than a new door that's made today.
is...it could take weeks to repair the doors alone.
are the running boards, which are actually part of the ground
effects (underwings). They are just as beat up as everything
Jack starts the process grinding away all the broken and shitty
grinding, re-glassing, filling, sanding and grinding...
are being welded into the rockers now.
this project every end?
haven't even started to paint yet!
For all our other customers...the photos from this update
were from a year ago and we are working on all our other projects
for Rennsport. We will update as soon as we have the time
to get everybody up to speed.
Thank you, The Upper Management
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