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Old 12-04-2011, 03:11 PM
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Fastback Mustang In Paint

I just sprayed this car Saturday after many long man hours. The car has all new sheet metal except for the A pillars and dash. Car was sealed with SPI Epoxy, then based with Pro spray Highland Green, then 5 coats of SPI clear.
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nice bullitt
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:13 PM
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Nice job Ill be over to test drive it next week.
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:24 PM
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looks nice
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Great paint job. I love that color. It was always my favorite. I still remember when it first came out on the 67 Cougars. The color was called "Ivy Green"
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Old 12-05-2011, 05:56 AM
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NICE...and straight too....
Do you have any before pics ????
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Very nice!
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Great color and job. Congrats.
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Excellent work there.
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Here are some more photos of the fabrication done by the owner of the Mustang before it came to my shop.
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Now that's a teardown!

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Dark highland green factory name
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WOW, Thats a fantastic job ,glad you posted the before pics.....
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Wow, that's an incredible job.

The only thing Ford did right on those was the galvanized rockers, that's about the only thing holding it together.

Lot of work but still probably way cheaper than a Dynacorn body.
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The original highland green is a little too pale. This is the color on the '09 bullitt which is called dark highland green and is a really rich color. At the right angle it even looks like black.
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