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Old 09-18-2005, 10:46 AM
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'46 Panel body painted, at last

I know allot of you folks have helped me with questions on painting my Panel, well yesterday I got er done!!! The body anyway. I told Zonk I'd have it done Friday and pics up yesterday but I ran into a one day rain delay. For my fist time painting a car it came out nice, Got one run (thats hard to believe) on the back door but I can either sand it or take it off and repaint it alone.
Heres the pic of the Panel now.

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Thanks everyone for the help and I'm sure I'll need more before I'm done

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Purdy!!!!!

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Great job man.. What type of paint, gun and what not did you use to achieve your results... I would like to see what products you used etc... Again very nice job

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Lookin good.
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VERY nice job David.
Your going to have to change your title to,

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I'm with BK, What all did you use?
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VERY nice job David.
Your going to have to change your title to,

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I'm with BK, What all did you use?

Yep I agree you need to change your title!!

The panel looks great.
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She looks really good, Nice job!
Did you use a singlestage? Bob
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Old 09-19-2005, 09:45 AM
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I should have put this stuff in the first post, sorry. The primer is Mar-Hyde 2K, the paint is Nason Ful-thane single stage urethane, The Burgundy is a fleet color and the red is the color code off one of our trucks from Emergency-One, a true fire engine red I used a Finishline 3 gun and did it a 2 car garage but with the help of allot of tips and advice from you folks here it came out very nice. I just did the fenders this morning and I think they came out better than the body. When T get then mounted I'll take some more pics.

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