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grit for sanding??   (Archive: TD&Q - by shawnkfl, started: 01-17-2005, archived: 2005-08-18 10:16:57 CEST)
ok. i'm goign to start my sanding process and have a few questions. i have an electric random orbital sander that i plan on using. will that work ok? what grit is best to start with? my car is originally black but i'm thinking of changing the color. either yellow or charcoal. havn't decided which...
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Cheap solution or terrible idea: will tractor paint work?   (Archive: TD&Q - by Fiero1K, started: 05-31-2010, archived: 2012-01-11 09:59:07 CET)
I'm on a really tight budget and my car is solid, except for its paint job, which is about the sixth worst I've ever seen. I recalled somebody mentioning tractor paint and checked it out. Here's a quote I found:"I've got JD tractors around here that are 30+ years old with it painted on the cabs, no...
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Painting my Formula ....have some questions   (Archive: TD&Q - by 725franky, started: 10-18-2008, archived: 2010-04-21 09:20:28 CEST)
I am starting to paint my Formula. This will be the first car that I've ever painted. I already took off the spoiler and painted it as a trial. Since the spoiler I have painted a couple of other things to help get a little bit of practice. Right now it has two coats of rollered on Rustoleum black,...
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Maaco Paint Job   (Archive: TD&Q - by edfiero, started: 06-27-2007, archived: 2009-02-19 10:45:22 CET)
Anyone with experience getting a Maaco paint job? They have too many choices!! What kind of Paint? What kind of Prep? Do I need sealer, primer, clear coat?I am expecting to pay between 800 and 1000 bucks. I want a good quality job that is going to last me another 20 years, but I dont want to pay...
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Removing body panels for painting   (Archive: TD&Q - by mikereednv, started: 08-27-2003, archived: 2003-12-29 12:55:36 CET)
I have seen this on the forum before, but was wondering if anybody out there had a copy of a video that shows the procedure for removal of body panels. I am completing the restoration of a 88 GT, and the car will need painting. I am going to go to classes at the local community college to learn...
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Paint question: How do I repair edges burned through while buffing?   (Archive: TD&Q - by tesmith66, started: 01-04-2007, archived: 2009-02-19 10:46:20 CET)
I'm painting my car with Nason Ful-Base B/C basecoat and Nason SelectClear 497-00 Overall Clear coat. I applied the base and clear (2 wet coats of base and 3 wet coats of clear) per the instructions on the cut sheets and all was good. I sanded the clear with 1500 and started buffing the panels with...
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Painting Rotors?   (Archive: TD&Q - by DRA, started: 05-29-2006, archived: 2007-03-15 11:33:37 CET)
Was about to put on new rotors/calipers this week and was thinking about putting a coat of VHT brake caliper/drum/rotor paint on the side that will be visible.Couldn't find much on the process here on the forum but did notice several comments that stated the part of the rotor that the pad will make...
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Painting Interior pieces?   (Archive: TD&Q - by katatak, started: 10-30-2009, archived: 2011-05-02 10:43:41 CEST)
I started working on the interior in my V8 project today. All the interior pieces are painted a silvery-blue color. I want to clean them up and paint them a dark grey/charcoal color. It's all in pretty good shape. The carpet has been painted or dyed too - I'll just get some new carpet for it....
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Sourmug's Decklid Vent Build ** 56K Warning!!**   (Archive: TD&Q - by Sourmug, started: 03-12-2006, archived: 2010-04-21 09:19:40 CEST)
Hi :I have come a fairways on my decklid vent build and thought that I would share it all with you. This modification is definitely not for the faint of heart as the decklid has to be cut up pretty extensively to fit the new piece, but the pictures will speak for themselves. I have no prior...
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Removing old paint ??   (Archive: TD&Q - by boysatt, started: 05-16-2005, archived: 2005-08-18 10:13:11 CEST)
I was wondering if there was any easy way to get old paint off of the bumper covers. I want to put a GT nose on my fiero but it has all cracked paint on it. Do I have to spend hours sanding it down to the plastic, of can I use the paint remover the parts stores sell? I have used it before to strip...
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