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Old 09-22-2013, 02:06 PM
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Old 09-22-2013, 02:19 PM
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Looks pretty darn good Dustin...did you go with a slower reducer of leave it as was?

Either way, the pictures look great.

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I used the medium reducer cause I had bought it already and yesterday was pretty cool temps. But next time for sure I'm goin with the slow
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Sounds great Dustin...there being a next time even sounds better...LOL

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Oh ya for a next time. Me and my brother just picked up a 65 Buick riviera so ill be starting body work on that in a month or so
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Love that Body style on the Riv...in fact, for me there are only a few years of Riviera an they are that body style.

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Dustin the color combo is perfect I like.
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Awesome job! You should be proud!

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thanks! !now its off to cutting and buffin.. then putting this thing back together.... now where did I leave the rest of the car ...

So I wouldn't mind your guys opinion. What do you think?
Option #1: Run a silver pin stripe at the red and black edge to bring the rim color into it.
Option #2: Paint the center part of the rims black and keep the chrome lip?
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Run the silver stripe...that sets the paint job off and does tie everything together.

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Looks excellent and I'm with Ray on the pinstripe.
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all done.. cutting and buffing with a touch of pin-stripe
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WOW...who did the great airbrush work of trees and branches on the hood....Oh, wait...great reflection...LOL..looks awesome, excellent job...I do like the gloss black better than satin...Be proud my friend, you earned it.

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