Finally See Paint#3-Nice Ass

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    Tim, What brand, color, part # paint did you use on your rally wheels.......do you have correct trim rings and metal or plastic centers........
     
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    Wish my garage was that size.:crazy:
     
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    Just what I have been wanting to see. My 70z's original color is 45 Mist Geen and was repainted Cranberry Red from previous owner. I have been searching for pictures of a car painted that color to see if I want to go back with the original color in my restoration. That is a very rare color evidently or else most have changed color over the years. I will be going back to that color - looks great and I'm sure even better in person. Who's paint did you use?

    John
     
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    put it back to original... thats what I would do
     
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    Chuck- I don't know how much if any of this is correct but here is what I have... the paint I used on the wheels is from a company called "Details", part # R120, called Rally and SS Wheel Paint, color name Argent Silver. The centers are all metal with part # 3984554 stamped on them, the wheel bezels are all metal (Stainless?) but no part number I can find on them... 6 per wheel, the trim rings were purchased new from Classic Muscle of Winston-Salem, NC in their catalog part # 770GM for a 14x7 wheel.

    John- the paint used was Limco brand Acrylic Enamel Basecoat, GM45, their part #WA4025 Seamist Green Metallic

    Mark- size of the garage is relevant to the size of male anatomy... never big enough! I have 3 cars now in a 2 bay garage and I'm seriously considering buying a '71 Chevy Stepside and/or a '67 Firebird Convertible... sometimes smaller is better because it keeps your ambitions realistic.
     
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    she looking really good!!!!....mine not to far behind yours!
     
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    Your car looks great. Is that a Gardner exhaust or just correct looking tips.
     

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