Part of any car restoration is prepping, cleaning and painting what seems to be an endless number of parts. When you can remove a subframe to refinish it, you really should. Today I show you exactly how to paint your subframe and all the steps to make your old subframe look new. As we start putting parts back on the GTI, taking the time to clean, prep and paint each part is important. These little details can be the difference between being happy with a build, and being in love with a build. I am really happy with how this subframe refinish came out.
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