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Old 07-16-2010, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by deadbodyman
and some colors are really bad at covering ,(did you use a sealer???) but all in all their base usually covers in three coats,so it really is cheaper than chroma base especially by the gallon ,wait till you paint something red, even nason will seem expensive..
their clear is so so, SPI is way better and runs about the same price..
Nason 2k primer is pretty good also...but their epoxy gets a low grade I dont care much for it at all...again SPI is the one I found is the best deal..
it was gm victory red color. it took me four coats of base and 2 coats of clear. 3 to cover and one more. doing the job i did with a color change and the car in pieces doing jambs and all it took 2 full gallons of base and 2 gallons of clear. materials were close to $800 bucks.
i am happy with the results considering that even though i did a lot of rebuilders when i was younger i havent painted a car in 20 years. i will post some pictures when i figure out how to do it.
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