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Old 01-22-2007, 08:44 AM
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Anyone spray ppg viberance collection paint ? likes ? dis likes ? problems?

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Old 01-23-2007, 02:28 PM
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I sprayed a cycle tank and fenders with the 3 stage candy. It sprayed really nice. I found it very easy to use.
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Nice..

HOT ROD 47 is right, spraying bikes is nice with the Vibrance.
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PPG is very user friendly!
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Yea...

Working on...but not done with




(edit) got more pics of the bike if you wanna see..
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(edit) got more pics of the bike if you wanna see..

WOW nice work!!!!! I do a fair amount of flames here in Connecticut. You have a very nice style! I would love to see more of it.
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Is there other (cheaper) paint that gives you a similar look?
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What look are you going for?? Vibrance has alot of verying affects. It is not just one particular type of paint, it is there "custom colors" paint line. If that makes sence to you.
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Digitalw nice work ! you have obviously a lot of experience painting. I don't .so i ask you is this paint worth the price? I'm building a 29 ford tudor and want it to be special and even though whats inside that counts everyone looks at the paint job.What do you think?
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Old 01-26-2007, 08:04 PM
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Thanks for the Complements...

...but these are'nt my normal flames, I'm kinda old school when it comes to flame jobs.

This particular guy requested something different than the normal stuff.

so I gave it too him...he loved it...

I still need to do some shading, then it will be cool looking.
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29' Tudor

It all depends on what YOU think the car is worth.

If you think that what you are building is worth the money that you spend on it, and you can afford it, then I say go for it.

....but if your like me and have too work your *** off for a living, so you wife has nice things....then I say good luck

Hope to hear from U soon
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