The Build – Front Grille

The team gets ready to work on the trim of the 1965 Chevy Malibu SS. The front end of the restomod was damaged so bad that the team will have to replace the two pieces underneath the headlights. Aftermarket and used pieces, both, are very difficult to locate, so Rick Drewry, Sr. Claims Specialist, ended up creating some of his own to use. The primary use of these pieces is as a filler panel from the fender to the chassis, where the radiator is located.

After those are installed, the new front grille will be put onto the classic car. The grille is now buttoned up, bolts are installed, and the front end is coming back together. The team re-installs fresh trim, the Chevrolet letters, pretty much all the missing pieces and final steps before Ami G. is back to “fully” restomod.

The following two tabs change content below.

Rick Drewry

Collector Car Senior Specialist at American Modern Insurance Group
Rick Drewry is the senior claims specialist, Collector Vehicle & Motorcycle, at American Modern Insurance Group. He has been passionate about collector cars since he was a kid. He has owned and restored collector cars for 30 years.

Latest posts by Rick Drewry (see all)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Join Our Mailing List

Sign up to receive Collector Car related email updates from American Modern.




  From facebook

1 day ago

American Modern Collector Car

Classic Auto Insurance
Tech Tips Episode 9: Bodywork That Stands Out in a Crowd - bit.ly/2TY7NCs

Bodywork details are part of what really makes your vehicle stand out in a crowd. Don’t be tempted to find an easy way to accomplish it or take shortcuts, because it’s worth taking the time to get everything perfect, right down to the smallest detail. If you don’t, it will cause headaches down the line and you may never feel totally satisfied with the result. For instance, you can watch the Project C10 truck restoration crew tackle some of the interior and exterior bodywork details to make huge progress in Episode 12.

#ProjectC10 #ClassicAutoC10 #C10Project #ClassicIns American Modern Collector Car Rick Drewry
... See MoreSee Less

The Archives

Miss a post?
Check out our previous entries

American Modern Insurance Group, Inc. | Corporate Office | 7000 Midland Blvd. | Amelia, OH 45242 | info@amig.com
Mailng Address | PO Box 5323 | Cincinnati, OH 45201-5323
© 2019 American Modern Insurance Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Site Map | Privacy Policy | Legal Disclaimers | Notice of Inormation Practices

Products, coverages, and discounts are not available to all persons, in all states or apply to all possible risks. Terms, conditions and exclusions may apply. Policies are subject to underwriting review and approval. Rates are derived from a number of factors, which can influence the price, discounts and savings. Your rate may be higher or lower. Rates are subject to change. Policies are written by one of the companies of American Modern Insurance Group, which includes American Modern Home Insurance Company and American Family Home Insurance Company.