w124man wrote: »
Very odd! Gullwings have a steel tubular chassis and some alloy body panels I thought.
pryantcc wrote: »
I had a chassis dipped with Surface Processing in Dudley in the UK: http://www.surfaceprocessing.co.uk/
It was a ladder style chassis from a 1948 Alvis. The process was pretty good, I had it dipped and then e-coated. The coating is great and the big thing for me was to have the inside of the box sections cleaned and coated as well as the outsides.
They bent one out-rigger thing lifting it with chains which was a pain but repairable.
I don't think you will have to remove the sound deadening yourself but the process certainly will remove it. Asking them is the only way to be sure I guess.
The biggest problem with having to go to the UK for it is, especially with a whole body is that the very best way to do it is to do it twice. Dip it, patch it up, dip again and then e-coat it.