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Old 09-17-2005, 11:15 PM
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actually my R/T wasnt some chevy, and they didnt use lacquer on mopars at that time, mine was originally buffed silver metallic, so I gues i could paint it original color and then clear with candy in silver color?

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Old 09-17-2005, 11:25 PM
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whatta bout a really really small metalflake, i think that would look good on it. Like they said before i dont think you can get a silver candy, havent seen any pigment anywhere usually blue red orange yellow purple green etc never seen a silver besides the basecoat....
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actually my R/T wasnt some chevy, and they didnt use lacquer on mopars at that time, mine was originally buffed silver metallic, so I gues i could paint it original color and then clear with candy in silver color?

Yeah, definately not a chevy, I think you should paint it the original silver than add just a small amount of violet candy to get that plum crazy look which would suit you and your mopar. Maybe call House Of Kolor and ask them for a silver candy suggestion.
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Old 09-18-2005, 01:48 PM
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hmm I like that idea, that would look nice
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