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After completing all the bodywork on our 1969 Pontiac Firebird, we disassembled the body to paint the tub with DuPont Hot Hues Red Hot Meltdown 2-stage urethane. After the red had flashed, the crew masked off the jambs and sprayed them with DuPont Clear. Then the fenders, doors, hood, and other parts were shot red, and the jambs and backsides cleared. It looks good in red!
14 Sep 2010
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In this 2-part video series, we're applying the final paint, stripes, and clear coat on the S71 Olds project. The car had been painted with all the panels disassembled and the jamb areas clear coated, but we like to re-assemble the car and give it several coats of color to be sure that the color and metallic pattern match from panel to panel. We're also using FBS stripe tapes to lay out the DuPont Hot Hues Snowstorm white stripes under the Warp Speed Blue. The final steps are to wetsand and buff the clear to bring out the mirror smooth finish and deep shine!
19 Jun 2013
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In this 2-part video series, we're applying the final paint, stripes, and clear coat on the S71 Olds project. The car had been painted with all the panels disassembled and the jamb areas clear coated, but we like to re-assemble the car and give it several coats of color to be sure that the color and metallic pattern match from panel to panel. We're also using FBS stripe tapes to lay out the DuPont Hot Hues Snowstorm white stripes under the Warp Speed Blue. The final steps are to wetsand and buff the clear to bring out the mirror smooth finish and deep shine!
19 Jun 2013
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The paint sprayout continues with our 1969 Pontiac Firebird project "Routy." This time, we're spraying DuPont Hot Hues Red Hot Meltdown color and intercoat clear in preparation for the painted stripe treatment next. We're spraying with the 3M PPS system to minimize cleanup time and solvents, and to help measure the mixture accurately. Eastwood Pour-It lids also make things easy, and SAS Safety gear keeps everyone in top shape. Part 2 of the paint application series. Once the color was applied, a 3M Sun Gun was used to check the coverage.
4 Jan 2011
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