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Old 12-31-2013, 12:38 PM
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Car Paint question circa 90's GlassCee?

I wanted to paint my Cuda B-5 metallic blue. The after marfet color looked far superior to the oe stock. I believe it was called " GlassCee " or something, It bought some through a local distributor called 6" deep. Not around no more.

Does anybody know of a paint company called GlassEE,GlassCee, or something?


It was a booth cured system. It was from Europe? Many top dollar painters around O' hare airport were using this brand.

It still looks good today, can you please help me find the brand or similar for future projects.

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Glasurit? http://www.glasurit.com/languages


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Can you tell me more? Personal expiriences about it?
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It's one of the best. I have only sprayed it a few times years ago. Check out this site, Len, the owner has used it for years. Autobodystore Forums

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That looks like it.

It is quite a system. Like the company said 6" deep .
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The link ends you up at a BASF site. BASF is what Chip Foose uses on all the Overhaulin' episodes, so you may find some infor online at Foose or Overhaulin'
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