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Old 04-29-2006, 08:47 PM
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wow that looks good!!!!!

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Vince, that looks great. I sure hope you aren't using that Purple gun that someone esle posted doesn't have a good spray cap on. LOL

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Vince, that looks great. I sure hope you aren't using that Purple gun that someone esle posted doesn't have a good spray cap on. LOL
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Yep Aaron that very one , if only I would have known .

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Out in the sun

Fender in direct sunlight, (dang 43430) three coats of DBC base and three coats of DC2002 clear. I hate to wet sand it, but if I am to follow BarryK's perfect paint job it has to be done. First though I need to visit the PPG store again.

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I tried the SataJet 92 this afternoon with the clear. It does lay it down clear better than the 43430, but I am not convinced it is an HVLP. It sure puts out a lot of overspray compared to the 43430.

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Man dem parts sure am purdy. LOL

Great work Vince. You must be superman to be able to do that kind of work with a junk gun. Keep up the posts. Make all of us jealous.

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Hehe, thats a good one. lol Keep makin' us jealous.
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She's lookin really good!!! It sounds like you're planning on sanding now and applying a couple flow coats? The parts look awesome IMO.
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She's lookin really good!!! It sounds like you're planning on sanding now and applying a couple flow coats? The parts look awesome IMO.
Thanks Bob, yes that is the plan. Allow a few days or so for the clear to cure real good then wet sand, let it sit for a week then apply three more coats of clear. Hope I have the stamina for it. The way it's looking now I want to go ahead and put the car together .

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Vince it looks killer to say the least.. and a good thread to show people that you dont have to buy the most expensive equipment to lay down good paint jobs.. keep posting.. love those pics
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Vince it looks killer to say the least.. and a good thread to show people that you dont have to buy the most expensive equipment to lay down good paint jobs.. keep posting.. love those pics
I have been trying to say this for a long time that you dont need all those high dollor guns to shoot a great paint job. But all i get back is someone who wants to argue the point. I painted my 1917 Model T with a cheep Napa gun, and i still use it today. And i have won my share of trophies with my T, and the paint still looks as good today as when i laid it on. Really like your work, and love the color. Keep up the good work and you will have a car to be proud of.
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Getting a lot of pieces painted and I no longer want them in the garage to be exposed to sanding dust and hangar rash. So I have been using one of our spare bedrooms for car parts storage. We have two spare bedrooms since the kids have left.





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Vince... I hope you can fit them all in one bedroom. You may need the other to sleep in when she finds out that you have all of those car parts in the house.

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Heck, the parts look good enough to sleep with
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