Firewall Painted

Worked on the firewall that last few days.  3 coats epoxy primer, seal sealer and 3 coats paint:

Masked to protect other areas I didn’t want over spray on:

1st coat epoxy:

2nd coat epoxy:

3rd coat epoxy

Waited until the next day and seal sealed where needed using both caulking gun and brushable seal sealer:

Got a little where I didn’t intend to – it was ok since I was painting over it anyways – removed what I could get:

3 coats paint the day after seam sealing:

Next steps are to prime and undercoat the floor, unhook the rotisserie and get the firewall brackets and get the remaining unpainted area on the firewall.  Thinking I will need to keep it on the rotisserie for block-sanding the roof next summer before putting the rotisserie away.

8-6-2017 Update

A bunch of little things have been done up to this point.  I am targeting priming floor & firewall, undercoating floor, and painting the firewall Labor Day weekend, otherwise it may have to wait until next summer.

Got the floor plug seam-sealed in place:

Seam sealed patch (brushable seam sealer)

 Seam sealed floor shifter and patch:

POR-Patched a small hole in the floor: Worked on striping the firewall – will do the brackets where the Rotisserie is mounted after the rest is done and I won’t need the Rotisserie anymore…

More seam sealing – the black is not brushable – I used a tube\caulk gun:  The inside should be good now as far as seam sealing goes.  Will see if the weather permits for more work on Labor Day weekend!