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Old 04-05-2011, 09:43 PM
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these are all very impressive.... very nice looking paint jobs guys!
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Broncos are cool too and that color looks nice. Besides, as a wise man once said; "My legacy will never be that of a hater."

The red made all the difference on the flat bed too. Saw your build thread.

My next project, hood...

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The rattlecan job is ok, but I believe there are a couple better ways for a cheapo paint job. The spray paint cans are limited because of the paint nozzles...it's hard to get a smooth look over large flat body panels

1. Roll on rust-oleum. There are many that have had success with this. No overspray. Color selection is key. White usually comes out the best.

2. Spray rustoleum through a cheap pneumatic paint gun and a medium sized air compressor. I did this with my old '91 C1500 and was pretty happy with the results. The truck had been hit, and had mismatching body parts, so I did this in my back yard. Even the cheapest paint gun will have a better nozzle than a spraypaint can. I mixed the paint 50%paint/50%mineral spirits
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should i post my truck lol
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ok heres goes mine it was painted like this when i got it

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i like your truck bayley its clead you did a very good job
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Thanks alot. Nice score on the camo F-250. That beast you own is nothing to sniff at either.
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i paid a grand for it drove it 1/2 home and cracked the head ******* didnt tell me the block froze when we had the bad freeze down here no matter it will run soon and next time it goes down say hello to a 6.9 liter idi with a banks turbo MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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Robert that thing's for sale on CL, isn't it?
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Before you guys rip me up cause this a 78 bronco I think this pertains to your subject matter. I'm using $2.50 krylon paint gloss royal blue well here's some pics







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well there you go One rattle can paint job an yes it's all in the prep work!
Ha, thats the same paint I used on my friends 81 F150! I just lightly sanded it down and sprayed away. He had it for 3 years, sold it and last time I seen it was last year. Still looking good too! Too bad they don't make Ford's Midnight Blue Metallic color in generic spray cans.

How good is the Duplacolor spray cans? I seen they "had" that color a few years ago.
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subscribing..as i am planning a rattle can job on my bII this year..thanks for all the info so far guys!
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wanna see a crappy one from the previous owner?

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at least do a chalk line or something to keep it even...
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If that was straight, that would actually look great!
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I know! If the paint went around the fender flair to match the front it would be awesome. It even goes around on the grille as well.

I have yet to find where those rims came from(besides knowing that they're Ultra) and if that's how they come from the factory or they were painted as well.
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