Amazing VIP Member Custom Car Furniture Project
I had to post these pics to show you what you can do once you grasp the concept behind auto body and paint.
The world really is your oyster.
You can create whatever you imagine.
I was just blown away by the detail and workmanship that was put into this thing.
Our VIP member who submitted these pics had no idea of how to body work or paint when he joined us just a few short months ago.
I personally got inspired again.
I always wanted to make a few of these and now I am in full force mode and getting ready for a few custom project like these.
Can you guess what car’s rear-end this is?
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Do this and more by following this simple step-by-step auto body course. You’ll surprise yourself at what you can accomplish.
Pretty cool huh? Custom Car Furniture… what a beauty.
I love how it came out. EXCELLENT!
Anyway, I just HAD to show you this. Please feel free to comment below 🙂
19 thoughts on “Custom Car Furniture Project – Learn Auto Body And Paint”
Looks like an old Volvo rear end.
I cant believe they made a sofa from the rear end of an Aston Martin DB6!!!!
WoW. I want one 🙂
What year is it? lol…
What a sweet sofa. I think the db6 was made in the late sixtys wasn’t it? how come he did an english car and not an american? after all they have bigger trunks and some crazy rear ends lol.
Yeah. Not sure. Like the 57 Chevy right! haha.
how about a three seater,’58 caddy coupe deville?now that’s what you call a classic rear end !
Hi Tony, my son came on holiday ( to Aussie ) from the UK and stayed for a year. He bought a camper. When his holiday ended he left me his camper. He will be returning at the end of the year he claims. ( DAD when I come back will you have painted my camper!!!! ) Well after the first little bit I stopped and whet a hunting on the NET and came across your Book. I have now read 30 pages and I tell you I have made at least 100 big Bad misjudgements to your trade. All I can say thank GOD for a person like you and your Book. I am a Drafter.
I hope to post a pic one day.
hey Billy! Yes please keep me posted on your project. Send pics and even a video if possible. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask the VIP community ok? Talk soon!
I’m a really beginner. I need to learn more on how to do paint job.
Thanks Tony I’m interested in paint body work because your site gives me the know how to do it!
Thanks a lot I really enjoy it. I should learn more and more. I have a lot of questions.
That is awesome Woojun! I am glad you enjoy the site! Did you check out VIP and see what it’s all about yet? https://vip-offer.learnautobodyandpaint.com/
Hope to see you inside soon!
Tony: I grew up in the body shop. My dad was in the trade and in the 50’s and 60’s I learned from him. Continued into the 70’s and then left the trade for construction work.
A lot of the basics that I learned years ago are still a big part of the trade today. However what I am learning, that has changed greatly is the coatings and other materials. The old days of acrylic laquers and synthethic enamels have given way to newer and better chemicals. And I need your advise about a project I have in mind.
I and my dear wife are retired and we RV a lot. I pull our Holiday Rambler 5th wheel trailer with my 2001 Ford F450. The truck is factory white. I would like to match the accent colors that are on the trailer (as well as some of the design) on to the truck.
The paint on the truck is in good shape, including the clearcoat. If I layout the scheme I want on the truck, what is be best way to prep the existing clearcoat to accept the new colors and then clearcoat the entire truck.
I really enjoyed your video’s and your answers to some of the questions you students have presented. Keep up the good work and I look forward to your reply.
hey Mike! that is very cool. Yes the basics of auto body work are the same and will never change, and I agree, all that really changes over the years are the materials and some tools to make thing easier or products that are only in the interest of the big corporations. Anyway, all you have to do is wet sand your clear coat with a 1500 grit and pay your base and clear over it… Really no big deal. Good luck and send us some pics if you can.
Talk soon, Tony
Hi Tony, I have a 1969 VW trike that’s in really bad shape. I have no idea on how to do body work or paint, but with your help I know I’ll be successful. Thanks for your web site. I look foward to more helpful hints. I’ll send before and after pics and some in between. Thanks again, Tony Rodriguez
That’s awesome Tony! For sure I think you’ll get a lot better. Just learn as you go and keep it up! Maybe I’ll see you as a VIP soon 🙂
Hey tony I have been waiting to come across something like to learn for my own projects I just have this undying passion for cars that I can pretty much thank my dad for. He is a car guy no specific just loves them all and has had at least one from every category. It started when I was 7 and he came home with a candy apple red civic so we worked on that thing day and night and ever since I’ve wanted to do the same with every car Ive had
hey Darius! Thanks for the comment. It’s such a great feeling to have that escape with your special project and just do your thing 🙂 Hope you like the trainings and videos on the site! Did you get your FREE Auto Body DVD yet?
Is the rear end from an Opel GT?
Nope 🙂 it’s a Aston Martin
Looks like a camaro-firebird type