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Old 07-13-2010, 01:41 PM   #26
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$600 is dirt cheap. They aren't doing the jams I'd suspect either. And don't expect it to stick to the car for more then a couple of years.
I can probably get you a base clear job for a little over a grand depending on how good your prep is.
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single stage= clear coat and paint together(not as durable)
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in for the pics

is it painted yet??
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Car is painted. WHUH-WhuH-whuh...

Didn't turn out very well. TONS of orange peel. I'm going to sand it down with some 1500, 2000 grit paper and see what it looks like. VERY disappointing... I've talked to some experts and they think I had the pressure on too high.

The Lordco paint isn't very good say many experts.

I'll put pics up tomorrow evening after I buff it up a little
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Old 07-16-2010, 07:04 PM   #30
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dont worry 1st time around right
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hows the paintjob after sanding?
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its all in the prep work... then i guess it depends how you spray also but im sure you can google all that info......
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its all in the prep work... then i guess it depends how you spray also but im sure you can google all that info......
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