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09-24-2011 11:42 PM
50bowTie my friend's river truck. Shot it a while back with Kustom Shop's Hot Rod Flatz.


09-24-2011 12:07 PM
35terraplane
paint

Quote:
Originally Posted by garth334
I cant imagine an older car with no filler, thats impressive. That bike is awesome. I know for sure that I want to use the Hot Rod Flatz (or something similar) but I really cant decide on a color. Its really between the midnight blue and black.
I didn't build the car, and it does have some very small dents on it, but as far as I can tell, it looks like it was striped and painted, I could be wrong but I don't think so. As I said before the car was built a long time ago. when I got it the only thing that was changed in the inside was the column, everything else was stock. They put a M II kit in it Chassis Eng. kits for tranny and rearend.

Bob
09-24-2011 08:28 AM
garth334 I cant imagine an older car with no filler, thats impressive. That bike is awesome. I know for sure that I want to use the Hot Rod Flatz (or something similar) but I really cant decide on a color. Its really between the midnight blue and black.
09-23-2011 03:34 PM
FRANKBULLITT bike done in flatz
09-23-2011 03:15 PM
FRANKBULLITT used a 40' spray and bake down draft at our new shop will post this weekend
09-23-2011 12:38 PM
35terraplane
Flatz

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Originally Posted by garth334
35 the color looks awesome. Very nice and smooth. FRANK Id like to see the blazer if you have any pics. Thanks guys
Thank you, that car was built many years ago, it does not have one speck of filler of any kind in it. Other than some primer.

Bob
09-23-2011 12:25 PM
garth334 35 the color looks awesome. Very nice and smooth. FRANK Id like to see the blazer if you have any pics. Thanks guys
09-22-2011 08:43 PM
FRANKBULLITT just shot a 89 full sze blazer yesterday came out great used kirker ultra glo hot rod black got it from the toolmart 75 a gallon came out better and cheaper than sem.
09-20-2011 03:31 PM
35terraplane
Flatz

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Originally Posted by garth334
Ive seen the Flatz on some vehicles but the more the merrier. How does it spray? If anyone has it on a 50's chevy truck that would be even better.
This is my 46 painted Blitz Black, John Deere color, $28.00 a gallon. I did not do the car, but I did some window moldings that were not painted, sprayed good.

Bob
09-20-2011 12:55 AM
garth334
Anyone used Hot Rod Flatz? Pics Please!

Ive seen the Flatz on some vehicles but the more the merrier. How does it spray? If anyone has it on a 50's chevy truck that would be even better.

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