Monday, March 21, 2011

63 Chevy Station Wagon

Here is an update on that 63 Chevy station wagon i have been building at the day job. I got the new floor pans all welding and fit nice. Installed a set of lower quarter panel patches and had to hand fab the patches for the spare tire tub area (no re-pops are available) there was some bad rot int the cross support just in front of the tail gate jamb that had to be taken care of so I cut the rear seat pan out to get at it and fabed up some scrap steel to repair it all. as soon as we get the new seat pan patches into the shop I'll finish that all off to. a next side project are those fender skirts for the wagon. I did some reshaping work on the fender then cut & chopped up the skirts to get them to fit onto the car, looks pretty cool! stay tuned for more updates on all the crazy stuff I do.


Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Pre-order now! Build A Fiberglass Body At Home 2 DVD Set!

Exciting news at Spritz By Fritz! We have been busy getting our new DVD out:

"Build A Fiberglass Body At Home"

It's a two DVD set of almost four hours for only $25!

It is out at the printer now, and since so many of you have asked for it, and have been waiting patiently, we are now taking pre orders and offering free shipping in the US until the end of March when we expect delivery to us.

Email us find out how to pre order or visit our store here.

I take you step by step as he builds his own creation from nothing and you can too! No expensive tools or big fancy shop, just me working away in my two car garage at home. Learn how to make your own one of kind professional quality show car body. There wont be another one anywhere like it. I start with a handbuilt chassis made from junk parts and box steel and use a motor & parts from the junkyard. You will see it all come together from a plaster buck, laying down fiberglass, attaching the body to the frame, even making a ring for the bubble, my signature feature taken from the days when show cars were "show" cars. You will be amazed what you can do. With a few simple ingredients you can create a masterpiece. As always, I show how anyone can do this, at home, with a lot of hard work, and with this DVD a lot of know how.