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Porsche 928 questions.

Hi everyone. I need help ASAP!

Okay i have a 928 porsche, what i have read so far online here in the forum is that the most likely the best option for this car would be The SPI epoxy primer.

I have 3 questions to ask.

First my car is one of those who could not make its mind up, either to be out of aluminum, steel, or fiberglass (plastic). The main cab is steel, the rest of the body except for the rear section, and the front nose section of the car is aluminum. The other parts are mainly hard plastic. Is the SPI epoy primer still the right option to shoot on the car? (not bare, but down to the factory primer)

Secondly, can i simply use the SPI primer all the way through? Meaning that i put it on as first layer, through 3rd layer, and then also use it as the sealer?

Thirdly i want to use SPI's black base coat ($75 for a gallon), but i want to have a orange checkerd flag, starting about 3rd of the way to the back, and eventually turn into full orange. Since i have no clue about paint to primer relation, i am wondering what type of paint would have no problems bonding with the epoxy and the spi black base ct.

(I am also using spi's cc anybody used this before?)

Thank allot guys

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