Originally Posted by BOBCRMAN@aol.com
I changed my "T" from a well worn root beer color (painted in the seventies) To Eastwoods "Electric Yellow". Paint went on great with easy to color sand and buff.
It looked so good. I changed all the small fittings and steering/chassis parts to a "chrome" powder coat finish.
Then changed the interior color.. Then the gauges to white background electrics. NEW CAR!!!
My buddy who owns a body shop owes me a favor for building his 454, and he insists on using Sherwinn Williams 'cause that is what he is used to spraying. He is going to do all the sanding and prep and buffing also .