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Old 04-14-2008, 03:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Okay still have door trim parts to do but its been to crappy outside and I accidently scratched the steering wheel accents puttin them back in but I'll fix it. The red is color matched to the outside of my car.. and you'll see in my first pic that the speedomotor clear cover is melted in one part. dont ask me how it happened it was like that when I bought the car. anyone sell just this cover?
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Very very clean. What kind of paint did you use?
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Thanks allot. First paint that actually turned out good. Just some dupli color car paint and a lil clear coat.
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Thanks allot. First paint that actually turned out good. Just some dupli color car paint and a lil clear coat.
How much is that stuff?
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I got like three cans of color and one can of clear (more then enough) They come in little cans and big. The little ones wich are quite enough to do the whole front dash cost about 3.00 the big like 4.50. I got mine on sale for like a dollar each tho. Meijers, wal mart, autozone are best places to get it. It looks kinda weird as your spraying it but it turns out nice as it drys.. And when you put the clear coat on it really sets it off nice. Nice cheap enhancment.
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hey it looks nice good job.
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Thanks man, finnaly something you guys like lol.
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hehe looks good...... but you need to clean your passenger side carpet!! lol
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