LRS sent us six cans of the black lacquer, and we found needed about two more to complete the job. Compared to what you find at the local auto parts store, the LRS paint may seem a bit expensive, but the paint goes on extremely easy, and it has the perfect factory finish to make the panels look brand-new. We wouldn't do it any other way, and everyone that has seen the panels since we painted them have been equally impressed with the finished product.
While we were waiting for the paint to dry, we bolted on the optional Corbeau seat brackets to the GTSII seats that we will be using. Our brackets had seen better days, and the springs that connect both sides to the lever were broken.
Next month, we begin reinstalling all of the parts, and we'll be building new door panels using some products from Latemodel Restoration as well. See you then.