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Old 02-13-2013, 07:38 PM
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reds gonna be costly anyways as it has gold in it..

here they'll mix a 1/2 pint..
if you can get the texaco red formula you ould mix your own krylon or rustolum as you'd have the amounts and colors added to the base red,

as seen as it mostlikely isn't going to be near other texaco items or sold.. 100% texaco matching colors most likely isn't needed.. as most won't spot the difference.. now if you are going to shows with it.. that be different..
also the white, isn't mostlikely straight white..
best way if going with auto type paint, have other things ready to paint when you spray the red and white, so you don't waste the rest of the product..
to give you an idea.. when I did my engine bay, I sprayed it, then sprayed my steel wheels , as I wasn't sure how much product I'd need, a pro can eyeball it, and know.. but running out midway through sucks..lol
when I spry my engine brackets, my bulkhead doors for the house will get sprayed at the same time.. and I'll waste zero product..
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