The owner of this needed it to match the rest of his fleet, and he needed it back within 3 days. In order to make this happen, day one was spent disassembling and sanding. Day two was spent finishing the prepping / taping process, and I began painting around 2:30 PM. Even dropping the airbags, there was limited clearance between the roof of this truck and the ceiling of the paint room, so it was necessary to adjust the gun, constantly, throughout the painting process. All doors started out open in order to spray the door jambs at the same time as the rest of the truck. The final day was spent nib sanding and re-assembling this truck.
It was delivered late in the afternoon on the third day.