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Old 07-04-2007, 02:18 AM
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just primered the 68 mustang. its pretty cool looking to have it all one color!!! im not done yet obviously but this is a big boost to see it mostly in primer...

i dono what the hell happened with the camera focus but oh well, you get the idea...
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Old 07-04-2007, 06:11 AM
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Looking good, but I would do away with the newspaper. You can get a roll of masking paper for less than $10. Will work a lot better and not have the lint and other problems associated with newspaper.

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Old 07-04-2007, 12:34 PM
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yeah i was trying to find it but couldn't so i have to order it i guess or something. i figured the surface of the primer doesn't matter as much since i have to sand it and what not anyhow...
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I get mine from the local paint jobber. It usually comes in a 36" box. That means that you get either 2- 18" rolls, 3- 12" rolls, 6- 6" rolls, or 1- 36" roll. It seems to me that last time I got the blue film paper for about $20 for 2 rolls, or something like that. For most people doing only their own cars, that would last a lifetime.

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FAX paper

I like using old thermal FAX paper. It's usually free when you can find it. I came across a case of a while back and like it a lot.
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