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Old 01-03-2013, 04:57 PM
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Back in the early eighties. I was heavy into paint work. Rebuilding front/rear hits and used cars, along with hotrod stuff.

Closed that shop and moved. Being a pack rat type person. I kept all the inventory, thinking it would be handy on future projects. Which it has been..

Some of the oddball colors are still in the back of the barn. In pint and quart cans. The Centari paints, most colors, still are OK. RM enamels have all pretty much turned to jello. Most of the DuPont enamels are still usable. Just about all the lacquers are still good. The ones that haven't rusted thru the can anyways..

Used some just this last year as base for the Hugger Orange paint on the underside of body and inside the fenders of my Stude gasser to be..
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