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Old 03-16-2013, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by BOBCRMAN@aol.com View Post
My first car (55 Roadmassa) was also brush painted. By a farmer with John Deere green and yellow. He used the old synthetic enamer and what looked like a whisk broom. Excepy for the terrible color. The enamel job didn't look too bad from a distance.
This must be De Ja Vue (?) The first time I bought my 49 Merc It was painted Red and white with a roller. Previous owner used house paint. Running, driving, coupe, overdrive....25 dollars.

I stripped it in my apartment parking lot with an electric drill and a sanding disk. Owned the car twice. Sold it the second time in 1992 for 19,500. (sold it the first time for 750)

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