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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sweetk30, Jul 14, 2005.
please vote on the choice for paint type covering.
got the flat bed on it today.
Well, camo, obviously. Me, I say red-green-blue camo, or some other noxious combo. Maybe the day-glo high-visibility paints?
I vote for flat black with flat green cause I think it looks kinda kewl.
olive drab green
Flat Black ALWAYS wins.
seems like alot of people have flat black and olive drab green.
the green on the front axle is a nice color
git r done
CAMO all the way. o/riellys auto parts stocks the good colors just for the occastion. and walmart has camo duct tape see ya
I'd like to go camo, but what is the easy way around making it look good?
BEDLINER, whatever color you want.
paint it flourencent hunting orange. i think that would look sweet if you fogged it like that.
use black primer, then clear coat it with a coat that has a flattening agent added. Alot of hot rods do that now to be "old school"....gives it a nice suede look
leave it the color of all the parts that you put on. I gray primed mine and wish that i had not. I believe more cars got out of the way when it was calico. just like the last car i has that was calico.
dont use the undercoating spray crap I just spent a week scrapping that junk off my rig when it gets hit from the UV rays it cooks it and it changes colors ( not evenly ether)
od green looks soo sweeeeettt
Whatever gets slapped on, ( swap a door for the finishing touch).
I don't have a choice in the voting. I've always decided on a color then went to Home Depot or local hardware store and painted it with rattle cans. Cheap and easy and you don't worry about scratches or what ever. When you get back from an outting you just pull out the can and touch up the effected areas.
New paint job again.
Wood-grain to match the bed....
dude thats good idea.
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