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Old 02-12-2011, 02:06 AM
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monte ss geting a new paint job

So my boys monte has been looking alittle confused for way to long now and I convinced him to set me lose with my paint gun on it and give it the paint job that it deserves. Its an 87 ss with t-tops I will put some pics up soon.

we started disassembling everything from nose to tail. I convinced him to go all out. So far im working on all the jambs and the insides of everything. I got the insides of the fenders hood and trunk lid in color and clear. Im using nayson full base and nayson clear. It seams to be a decent system.

This is gonna be my first complete paint job so I hope it comes out good witch so far so good. pics will come soon

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Old 02-12-2011, 04:17 AM
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Excellent idea ,, let's see pictures, it'll get done
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Old 02-12-2011, 06:41 AM
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Make sure you remove the trim out of the ttop area and check it out, They love to rust right there.
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I have all the glass out including the rear quarter windows. There is very little rust on the car it has been garage kept its whole life wich its lucky cuz its a t-top car.

So far we have the nose completely off fenders, hood, and rad support. The fenders went to the body shop to get some tweaking and get ready for primer. i got them in a high build surfacer blocked them and sealed them inside and out. Then sprayed color and clear on the inside of them. also got the 4 inch fiberglass cowl hood in primer and color and clear inside.

As for the doors they are off now to and are going to the body shop monday for some fine tuning then they will get the same treatment. we also have the trunk lid off and in primer. the inside of that is in color/clear as well and got the trunk latch and power popper painted.

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there are of the fender the pink primer is the surfacer and the gray is a ppg wet on wet epoxy sealer. nasty stuff check out that atomic cloud of primer
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inside the hood witch is painted and my little air compressor got it brand new for 100 bucks its a 200 dollar unit HOLLA
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and more of the trunk lid in primer and paint
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Just noticing the compressor is in the same room your spraying in, a word of caution would be they can cast oil into the air especially when they get hot and have caused fisheye problems kinda like on the camera lens in this image,,,
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yea I know but don't have anywhere else to put it so far no problems. I did mount a air water separator on the wall that should help out allot. I repainted and cleared inside of the passengers side fender. it looks beautiful I cant wait to get a pic of it up.
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Old 02-17-2011, 01:49 AM
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Excellent excellent, looking good..if you can see the breather vent some models will let you put a hose to the outside or sponge to catch any airborne oil molecules.. It might be ok too , mostly wanting you to have the best of chances
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I here that so far so good the dust control is not that bad yet eather but im gonna have to blow that garage out soon. Im gonna be in cali for the week and as soon as I get back the doors will get there special treatment hoping they will be back from the body shop and ready for me as soon as im back.
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Ive been out on the west coast and im gona here for the week but the monte is gona get hit hard as soon as I get home and should be in color soon.
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Hey guys I got some progress done since ive been back from the west coast of cali so here it is here is all of the rad support pics
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And heres how the inside of the fenders came out also the battery tray and the trunk lid in the sun looks nasty. and thats my most important machine w/o her I wouldn't be able to restore my parts like that battery tray to look half as nice as I can do with it. We also got the eibach pro kit in this week on all 4 corners thats springs for those of you who deeeedeeeedeeee
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Old 03-26-2011, 05:26 AM
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Forward progress!! .. excellent and motovating!

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