Ready for Blasting
The Ford Anglia is a small family car that was designed and manufactured by Ford UK. It is related to the Ford Prefect and the later Ford Popular. The Anglia name was applied to various models between 1939 and 1967. In total, 1,594,486 Anglia's were produced. It was replaced by the Ford Escort
The Anglia is now ready for blast
Not a norm for us and one thing we say you should take off was left on so some of the surface will be missed
Classic & Custom
Is fast becoming one of the best in Cheshire
This Car Body was Blasted
with Glass Dust to reduce the surface damage.
Blasting with this media leaves the surface smoother than other medias and can be etched primed without any flatting off of the panels.
Unless the panels need filling or repairing
One of the things we do not do is remove the mastic from panel joints this is a bad idea and should be avoided.
Under seal is always the hardest part of blasting any car as we blast at low pressure to avoid warping although now and then this can’t be helped if the panels are thin and have too much sealant,
When removing sealant with blasting of any type the surface below will get warm this can sometimes start the process of warping which rarely happens as we continuously check the surface for heat