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02-21-2004 06:03 PM
78 chevy truck do you think that stuff would go good with a little blue truck and a white top? any pic would be great
01-02-2003 01:36 PM
bullheimer samll wonder it looks like he's got his engine mounted in his trunk! :p
01-02-2003 07:36 AM
TurboS10 I have used the two can splatter paint on speaker boxes, and it is two different cans. I got mine at walmart. You can get different clears to put over the first coat.

01-02-2003 05:46 AM Those spatter trunk colors alll come in the same can. They have a base color and a couple of incompatible accent colors. When sprayed, the base color wets the surface and the accent colors, being inompatible with the base color and each other, just sit on the surface. Applied alone the paint is very delicate and will wash off with water. However, it is a two part system so a clear coat is sprayed over the color. Once clear coated, it is as tough as any coating out there. I wouldn't have any problem painting an engine bay with it if that is the look I wanted.
01-01-2003 03:28 PM
Halloweenking Actually no, it is a very tough paint. Think of it as two layers of paint. Its not like the stuff you buy at wal mart or k-mart for home use that has a rough texture. Its basically exactly like it said a coat of base with "spatters" of other colors. you could do the same thing with any type of paint. If your old enought to remember spiderwebbing that was the same basic idea, but instead of "splattering" the paint a thick consistency of paint was spit out through a spray gun. Its as durable as any other painted surface.

01-01-2003 03:07 PM
ffcagle34 yeah that is the pic alright. i did not want to go with a splatter paint though. I think it would rub off every time you tried to clean the engine bay. Thanks for the info
12-31-2002 08:00 PM
Halloweenking Is this the picture you speak of? If it is It is very likely trunk spatter paint or the hammertone type paint. I'd have to say its the trunk spatter. You can buy it in a few different color choices in rattle cans. Its available almost anywhere anymore even wally world, I beleive Dupli Color brand has the line of the trunk spatter. you could also go to eastwoods site they sell hammertone as well as trunk spatter.

12-31-2002 05:38 PM
ptu I saw a simular paint at a super Walmart in spray cans. It looks sort of like trunk splatter paint with a stone finished look. I beleive it was by Rustoleum or Plasti-cote. Neat stuff, Thanks, Barry.
12-31-2002 05:22 PM
Engine Bay paint

I saw a great engine bay paintjob on super chevy's web site. It has a granite or speckled look to it. I have lookied everywhere for paint like this, does anyone have any ideas. Thanks

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