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Discussion in 'Body Restoration' started by Evil81, Sep 5, 2016.
That is talent
Hello, if at some point I wanted to paint my car as a rookie, what would be the cheapest way of doing it? I've just considered a removable paint such as plastidip to practice or see how it looks. My car was originally copper and I want to repaint as such or maybe military sand color.
That looks great, any stripes goin on it ? Mid to dark charcoal would be sweet
Fine job! My El Camino has had rustoleum satin on it for at least a decade. When it starts to look like crap or get chalky I just hose it down with WD40. It's kind of a white trash wax for satin paint.
Damn, what a good job laying it down! You make me motivated to spray my 78 now! I think it is time for you to experience plasti-dipping the trim rings on the wheels black to see how you like the blacked out look.... I think that could look pretty good!
174 bucks for a protection system that cost more than the paint job
I did an S10 with Rustoleum once. It held up fine and I don't even think he washed it once. I told him a single stage satin would be better but we did it black with white stripes for all of like 35 bucks. Normally I don't do or support this sort of thing but it looked good for what it was.
Ahh yes here is the skunk
Skunk...that's funny. (looks about right though)
That is GREAT! I'm gonna paint my truck......I'd love to get some advice from you!