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Since we're on this type of stuff, Dupli-Color actually painted an El Camino w/ they're spray paint, they showed it on MuscleCar and on they're website(IDK if it's still there or not) looked pretty good, I hardly believed it was painted w/ spray paint it actually looked that good.
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I saw it. They have a whole series on their site, one half painted with their products one half not.
It's not spray cans though for the body paint. It's their auto paint thats an acrylic so you don't need to mix or thin or any of the complicated stuff. But the final results show that as compared to a high quality paint.
I would go back through my findings, but its time for class. Later today I'll see what I have in the archives.
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we have a store that sell automotive paint custom made for you then put in the rattle can


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I put on a black wheel yesterday to see what a black wheel would look like, what do you guys think? Dad says it should be more glossy than flat:





I think the blue is hideous.
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So, I can get Krylon Rust Tough for $5.49 a can at O'Reillys.
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Rustoleum Ultimate Finish Gray Primer at Wally-World $3.49, got 2 cans but forgot the sandpaper as it was flatout raining and snow is moving in on Monday.
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Pickidy Pic I'll get a better one tomorrow:

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So what are we paintin dude?
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Primering the Hood and Roof of the Bronco.
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be carefull on starting and stopping with the rattle can or you'll end up with pooky dots


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