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11-25-2005 12:08 AM
lowROLLERchevy nevermind, i suck at looking before posting

go here, links to the sema pis are in the midle section, 1/2 way down the page

www.wnycarclubs.com
11-24-2005 11:52 PM
beemdubya Ive looked through a few sets of sema pics and i havent come across this car.. i wanna see it in normal lighting. looks soo sick.
11-24-2005 11:47 PM
ptcamaro Bary, maybe they were trying to hide the bad paint job with extensive lighting. LOL
I hope press will give your company a boost with SPI name mentioned.
11-24-2005 05:34 AM
BarryK
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Originally Posted by Beenaway2long
You got that finish from Glidden and a roller?????
(Thats freeking SWEET !)

I'm not giving away all my secrets but the trick is buy the best nap roller they have.
The roller is not the place to try and save a buck!
11-24-2005 03:48 AM
lowROLLERchevy that black carpet under the car does nothing for the photo quality, why not just turn off all the lights while they are at it ? lol

but i must say, amazing paint job
11-24-2005 03:32 AM
kenseth17 House paint, must of been one of the kids taking mechanics at the tech school I went to, they loved to brush paint thier cars with the stuff.
Looks really good from what I can see.
Is that the rayflex paint you can buy on ebay on there? LOL
Anyone who has been read the board for awhile knows what paint really was used.
I think there may have been a thread on how to photograph your car on the board at one time, may want to have those professional photographers read that one.
New poll, how hard is it to shoot a photo.
11-23-2005 11:16 PM
a69446b You got that finish from Glidden and a roller?????

You know! dont laugh
I once bought a 76 eldo convert that someone had painted with white house paint( flat). Drove it home for $500. Had it painted and did an interior from a Barritz and it turned out to be a real nice car( traded it for a cc dually a few years later)
11-23-2005 06:51 AM
Beenaway2long You got that finish from Glidden and a roller?????









(Thats freeking SWEET !)
11-23-2005 06:33 AM
BondoKing Thats love Barry,,, everyone involved did an outstanding job... Nice paint too, who did you say was the company
11-23-2005 06:31 AM
jcclark
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Originally Posted by BarryK
I only use the best!
I don't see any "Lazer Dry" there!!!! (LOL)
11-23-2005 05:27 AM
BarryK
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Originally Posted by adtkart
It does look good, but sure wish ther was better lighting.

Aaron
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I think its call job security.

I watched these guys when they came to do the Camaro.
For two hours they set up lights and moved lights 2 inches this way and that way.
I'm thinking lets pull the car outside and take 50 pictures in five minutes and go home.

They must prove that you cannot just snap a picture or anyone could do their job.

I sure am glad I worked for over six months to make a black/black base.
You can almost tell its black?
11-23-2005 03:11 AM
adtkart It does look good, but sure wish ther was better lighting.

Aaron
11-22-2005 06:04 PM
baddbob Barry, she looks really really nice! Yearone sure looks like they did a good job with the sheetmetal.....straight!
11-22-2005 05:37 PM
BarryK
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Originally Posted by 67 Deuce 4 Me
Is that yours ? And did you do the paint and body work? Nice just doesn't do it justice, its more like beautiful art.
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No this car is owned by Bud the producer of Overhaulin and the Rides show
and built from ground up by Yearone.
All I did was shoot paint.

Rusty, you bring that Stang out again and get more famous just don't forget all us little people!
11-22-2005 05:33 PM
rusty428cj My car is a red white and blue 1969 Mustang that I raced in SS/GA and held the NHRA record in 1971 and 1974. I restored it last year using SPI primers and clear and painted it the way it was in the 70's. It is on the SPI web site.
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