"Jacobra"
#41
Just remember, flat or satin black covers well to make things look better.  One step farther is using wrinkle finish paint.  It covers a lot of sins and has a nice finish.
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(09-02-2018, 12:57 PM)JTS71 Mach1 Wrote: Oh yeah lots of cleanup, and dressup to be done. Once it's all fitted, and functional. I can make things look real good, but there's a difference in making it "pretty". I'll do a lot of things to make it nice, but remember. I'm truly building a Hot Rod, and not just a "Show Car"

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#43
Yeah I hear you about the satin, and flat black. I will probably do the satin black, as I can't stand "flat" any color, and most flat paints get dry, chalky, and stain / absorb anything that gets near it. I want something real durable under the hood for sure. All in good time, at least I'm headed in the right direction. LOL!

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