This beautiful 1964 Chevelle Camino came in with significant damage to the body.
You can see we have used a stud gun to attach pulling pins to be used with a slide hammer. This removes the dent without drilling holes in the body like the good old days. I like using a dry guide coat as shown on our tail gate on the elcomino. This is used to locate the low spots in the panel. After the panels were metal worked we applied a skim coat of bondo, let it dry completely and sanded it down. You cant beat the way 3m mudd lays and it doesn’t shrink.