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Old 06-15-2002, 10:28 PM
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HEY PAINT GUYS. I just finished painting my pu and want to put on some graphics , and don,t want to mix up 2 tabbelspoons of paint for my big gun,
is there a rattle can paint that will hold up and do the job. thanks, oldnable

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Old 06-15-2002, 10:57 PM
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go to your auto paint store, pick out the colors and have them put it into a spray can. works good for touch up, should work fine for graphics. dan
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Agree with dinger, you can go to a paint shop and do it that way. Or I've used Dupli-Color, painted my '72 bonneville Triumph, still looks pretty good for being over 2 years old. black base coat and some yellow with lime green border flames, slapped on some rattle can clear. Works pretty good. But if your going to shoot it on your auto paint you have to be carful. Depending on the paint you use your auto paint could start to lift, bubble or shrink. So unless your a exsperienced painter and know the do's and don'ts, go to the paint shop. I am certafied body tech, so if you need some other help just send me an e-mail

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