After the body has cured in the mold at an ambient temperature, it is removed and inspected before being
pre-fitted to the chassis. Prior to being transfer to our paint facility the body is post cured for four
hours. The body is then transferred to our state of the art paint facility, where it undergoes a rigorous
quality inspection prior to any preparation. Any areas of concern are addressed before the paint preparation
The initial phase of the preparation involves the body being filed down and filled wherever necessary. The body is then primed which is post cured in an oven at 75 degrees Celsius for one hour. After the body has cooled it is then dry-flattened before it is presented to our quality control for inspection prior to the paint application. Before the paint can be applied the body receives a final check coat. After the check coat has been inspected the body is ready for the application of the final color. The base coat is followed by three layers of Chem Spec clear coat before the car is baked again at 65 degrees Celsius for one hour.
After the body has cooled in the oven it is removed and left for 3 days before being flattened and polished to a high gloss. After the body passes the paint work quality control it is moved over to the final assembly facility.