Welcome to my build blog and the journey I had in building my Classic Revival AC Cobra SC427. As time goes by I'll put progress pictures and a brief description of what I've done in putting this famously shaped muscle car together.
Undercoating all done.
The undercoating is all completed and will be left for a couple of days for the undercoat to harden up before rubbing back.
Front view of Cobra looks to be in very good shape after prepping.
Rear view looks spot on.
In about a weeks time I have to come into the painters (C.A.R.S.) and finalise the color and the go fast stripes I want.
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