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The WSC Van Journey – Part Six

Hey guys, hope all is well!

I have been a busy man with non stop 12 hour days (not down the coast :(…) in the work shop at Horsham at Greens with Stew and the Esserworks spray shop, owned by Jason and his twin brother Martin that’s joined on to the end of Stew’s work shop!

So we know the van has low millage, but as you saw on the first blog, the body work is very beaten up and we have got to a point now where we have to stop for the insulation, because the panel beaters have to get to the inside of the panels to beat out the dents.

The prep is the hardest part of the re-spray, as the van is massive its like spraying three cars at the same time.

The first thing is to do is mark all of the dents out. We decided to do one section a time.

After three months searching for this van I came across so many similar white vans that I decided instead of changing the colour to silver, which I originally wanted, I am going to stick with white. Reason being, that the colours on the signage will stand out more, keep the value on the van, keep the inside of the van cooler in the sun and to be honest, £1500 cheaper!!

Check the full post here and the previous blog on the next page.


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