This is my other project: 1964 dodge a100 truck. Just like the Little Red Wagon, but slower. I've had this truck for many years and have enjoyed driving it around in it's beat up state. At some point a few years back I took it to my friend Evil Ed to do the body work on it. I think he undersold himself and asked too little for a huge job. So he got to a point and a couple years later and threw in the towel. The turn signals were crunched in and one side of the passengers wheel well was full of 5 inches of bondo. After I was done fixing all that, ed worked his magic and he took it far, but alas it was too much and he gave it back to me. No big deal, he did a lot but it needed more to get it to a presentable state. So I had promised my other friend Radio Bob that he could paint it. Being that the body was not done, he said he would do that too. So far so good, this thing was a salvage title and it had been hit on every corner and side, a massive ding on four wheels. Antenna hole filled in, the radio sucks after all... Front of the truck with the headlight bezels, emblems, and grille removed. There was a bit of surface rust and that had to be dealt with first. As you can see, this truck has led a hard life. The post on the tail gate was crunched in and after trying to straighten it out, it made a weak point that made the seam on the outside crack when we put body filler in it. We'll have to put some metal in here to strengthen the rear of the truck. Progress!!! That was just in one day. Radio Bob (pictured) is a maniac! Here's the tailgate, the rest of the truck should follow this color scheme. The inside door panels and the dash. Sparkly goodness! More flakiness. You have to paint the doors standing upright or the flake will stand different than if you painted them on a flat surface. That's why they're hung up like they are. Bob made metal posts and skirted the whole truck to the floor so the hose from the spray gun won't get hung up on the masking. Clever.