We love getting our friends and customers involved in our projects, so we decided to have a naming contest for the K10. With tens of thousands of entries, it was a great success with tons of great suggestions. Thanks to a great idea based on the bullet hole in our cab, the winning name for our 1972 Chevy K10 was Miss Fire.
Part 11: Sanding
With the primer all set and painting scheduled next, the guys at Kultured Customs meticulously block sanded everything.
Part 12: Paint
As you can see, Miss Fire’s paint turned out incredibly well. The color was exactly what we wanted, and the depth and clarity were even better than expected.
Part 13: Wood Bed
Miss Fire is getting a brand new Oak wood bed. The crew at Kultured Custom Restorations branded our LMC Truck logo right into the oak bed, so the wood looks like an old shipping crate… only much nicer.
Part 14: Bed Mockup
With all the body parts painted and ready, the bed cross sills, front bed panel, bed wood, bedsides, and wheel wells had to get mocked up to check for spacing. Everything was set and looking good, so it’s on to the last phase of putting all the body back together in the next step.