correct red primer

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  1. dan kroll

    dan kroll New Member

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    i know this has been asked before but cant find the thread..what are people using for the correct red primer for the underneath and inside of the cars
     
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    What year?
     
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    True. It got darker in 73 didn't it?
    Not to mention there were minor variances batch to batch. They probably didn't watch this color as much as the body colors.
     
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    I recall people mixing some of Southern Polyurethans Inc (SPI) epoxy red with their black and getting good results. Can't beat the price over PPG which I think is what lot of people use to match the old color. Around $180 for gallon of base and gallon of accelerator delivered to your door. Great product, great support to, you call and I think you end up talking to the presidnet. Many people on here have used SPI products with great results.
     
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    Yes more brown. IMG_3706-001.JPG IMG_1089.JPG
     
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