Well, we have a sense of humor and can take a joke, so we will not edit that comment.Thanks for the insight Dennis :yes:
Hummm - I think they might edit that ... l
Instead, we would like to point out that we have built many cars with the parts offered in our catalogs. One of them, you may recognize, and can be seen here: Classic Industries Camotion Camaro
Another one, the 1953 Classic Industries Shop Truck was assembled completely out of parts from our truck catalog aside from the hood which was not available as a reproduction.
And then of course, there is the Classic Industries Sweet Imotion Impala and the InNOVAtion Nova!
In all of these builds we always make sure to test fit all panels PRIOR to painting. In our catalogs, we even have a full page dedicated to explaining how to achieve the best results when installing sheet metal. If you are doing it yourself, we recommend all alignments and/or modifications be made PRIOR to final fit and installation. As you know, there are enthusiasts with all levels of skill and expertise that like to do-it-yourself, so we also state the following:
For Best Results, Hire a Professional to Install the Panels:
Classic Industries recommends that you hire a professional paint and body technician that has the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to install the new panels on your vehicle. A professional body technician will be able to prepare the panels for installation and repair any imperfections.
Thanks for the comments.