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07-22-2003 07:00 AM
Jason@airride thanks for the info, ive seen a few ideas, but ive never seen an a body with 2 tone before. i gues i will wait and see
07-20-2003 09:41 PM
Halloweenking You can do any number of things from a simple pin stripe to a small thin elongated flame pinstripe or tribal pinstripe. You can seperate it with trim or a small fast thin fade line. The choices are endless. Depending on your theme or style or look your going for is what you'll use. If you need any more help feel free to contact me.

07-17-2003 09:41 AM
2-tone paint

Hello ,
I have a 1968 pontiac lemans 2 door htp. its getting to the paint stages , i was wondering if any one had any ideas on how to break a 2-tone paint job on an a body car , If anyone has any pics i would love to see them?

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