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Old 04-27-2005, 06:47 AM
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Southern Polyurethanes Order

Just wanted to let everyone know I've been cruising the boards quite a bit lately trying to get information on which type of products to use for the primering/painting of my '66 Mustang. I read nothing but positive feedback on SPI line and decided to put in an order since the prices are excellent and the results are just as good. Since the nearest SPI jobber to me is about 2 hours (min.) away from me, and gas is $2.60 a gallon, I decided to just go ahead and order direct from the company to see how good the service actually was. I got in touch with a fellah named Kevin and he assited me with my order and was very friendly and helpful.

I purchased the epoxy primer, Turbo primer 2k, w&G remover, H.S. clear and all the necessary activators and reducers. I was a little bit skeptical as to how much all that would cost coming from GA to CA, but the shipping and Hazmat fees were very reasonable and I didn't even have to pay CA tax!

Long story short, I am pleased with the prices/service and I know I'll be pleased with the results and quality of the product.

I hope to update on the process as soon as I receive my shipment.

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Keep us updated bro, I would like to see how the product works out for you. I am considering no longer purchasing locally and buying my clears,primers, from the internet. I think I may be able to get better products for less. Best of luck to you on the project

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Keep us updated bro, I would like to see how the product works out for you. I am considering no longer purchasing locally and buying my clears,primers, from the internet. I think I may be able to get better products for less. Best of luck to you on the project

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I used SPI's epoxy primer and thought it was great stuff.

I also bought some Evercoat Slick Sand polyester primer from www.crashsupply.com. This is really good stuff also. Goes on smooth and is extremely high build. Also got some the the Evercoat Uro primer from Crashsupply but I haven't used it yet.
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Southern Polyurethanes is one of those companies that a lot of people speak well of. I'm not surprised -- I hear the company president is a really smart guy .

If/when you have 25 or more posts, you can leave a review for Southern Polyurethanes in the Hotrodders Company Reviews. Here's a direct link to enter a review for the company:

http://hotrodders.com/cgibin/rls/mag...duct-sku=00319
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Southern Polyurethanes is one of those companies that a lot of people speak well of. I'm not surprised -- I hear the company president is a really smart guy

http://hotrodders.com/cgibin/rls/mag...duct-sku=00319
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Don't know about the smarts, but rumor has it hes a great looking guy and just the nicest guy you ever met!
Never asked his wife but you really can't believe what those women say anyway!
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I just got done painting the Chevelle frame with SPI epoxy [ you can see it in my journal] and liked it so much that I told Steve, the owner of the car that I would like to try their basecoat/clearcoat, the color will be black. I even told my jobber that he should contact SPI and get this product on his shelves. Barry, I have to thank you.
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wait till you try that black!!! nice stuff and about as black as black can get.
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I used spi black epoxy on my engine bay ,radiator core support and inner fenders on my 62 galaxie xl resto. I shot spi gray epoxy over bare metal and gonna shoot 2k over that, very happy with SPI products. mike
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