How We Transformed This Truck
All commercial trucks go through the exact same processes as follows:
- Mechanical inspection. Any items found not in working order will be repaired.
- Upon completion of the mechanical inspection and any outside/sublet repairs the cosmetic portion of the refurbishing process begins.
- Any mechanical, welding, liftgate, body repair, minor repairs (roll up door etc.) or fabrication are addressed prior to the reconditioning process.
- After all repairs to the have been made the interior is taken apart, steam cleaned and any easily removable items such as seats, dash panels etc. are removed and cleaned.
- The frame, undercarriage, wheels, and portions of the engine compartment will be sandblasted down to the bare metal
- All above items are then primed with self-etching direct to metal primer – 2 coats.
- Once primed and cured we apply an industrial grade oil-based paint – 3 coats (much stronger and durable than factory paint).
- We then begin the reassembly and detailing portion of the process. Including but not limited to replacing broken parts or pieces of the interior as well as final touch ups.
- David Stroehmann personally inspects unit upon completion and creates a punch list if needed.
- Any items on punch list are dealt with.
- Unit is approved for sale.
- Pre-Delivery Inspection is performed once the truck is sold.