9 Days of Body Work in 9 Minutes

For me, the most frustrating work that I have ever done is body work. It’s frightening. In fact, it is the single reason why I have owned my 1964 Impala project car for half of my life and never driven it… legally.  Replacing metal is very doable by nearly anybody with a welder, but making it look “right” takes real talent.  That said, I absolutely LOVE watching people that know what the heck they are doing, replace major body panels. That is why I watch all of those shows on the Speed & Discovery Channel. It is just so refreshing to see rusty or damaged metal removed and repaired with proper methods, and finished to look like new.

In the video above, you get to see 9 straight days of body work in 9 minutes.  They bring the damaged 2010 crew cab GMC truck into the shop, remove the interior, doors, fender, bed, and rocker panel.  They then straighten everything out, and reassemble it to look like new again. Oh, and they recorded it for our enjoyment.

Can’t see the video? Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqzenM8rAlw

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Jeremy Nutt

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4 thoughts on “9 Days of Body Work in 9 Minutes”

    1. Hi Mike! Thanks for the video! You guys did a heck of a job on the truck, and the video was extremely cool too. Have you done any others? If so, I would love to see them!

  1. We have a couple of more productions in process. And we are also in the process of creating our own iPhone/iPad thats interactive with our Virtual Tour, Photos, HD Video and Website. It will not only give our customers someting fun to play with but really show whats behind the scenes and the pride we take in making sure your car is restored back to pre-accident condition. Here is our virtual tour: http://www.mallerys.com/tour-mallerys-office/

    Let me know what you think.

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