Weeks before the first snow came to the garage, it snowed Bondo dust. So much Bondo.
Applying Bondo is a repetitive and time-consuming process. It smells horrid too. But it’s necessary to seal up the edges and seams of the build. After all, no one wants water to leak into the cab. Or anywhere for that matter.
Painting the thick and gooey paste onto the cab took days. Two of which I was there for.
After Bondo, it’s on to priming and painting. Can you tell we’re nearing the end?