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Let's see those rattlecan paint jobs.

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Old 05-17-2011, 11:40 PM
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this was my first truck, im thinking about painting my 95 the same scheme just better quality and better bodywork lol

this was cheap spraypaint, duplicolor i think.... the tremclad on mu mustang turned out better
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my jaw just dropped....haha
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I'll be doing a rattle can paint job on a new project I just got, a 90 lincoln Town Car. 1st I have to rid what looks like house paint some mo-mo used!! I hope the pressure washer will take that crap off if not lots of sanding/grinding is in store....
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Hope the pressure washer works for your sake... Freakin' HOUSE paint... ...wtf.... Good luck.
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wrong year for the thread, but, rattle can nonetheless

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Hope the pressure washer works for your sake... Freakin' HOUSE paint... ...wtf.... Good luck.
I don't know what kind of paint it is, but its globbed on in places and cracked/pealing off....



Blue Mule is behind the car with the good cab on. Now going to sand blast the firewall and floors to apply POR-15 a friend donated to me!

And yes, its going to get a rattle can paint job once all cab work is done!
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not really a ford, but heres what i did last weekend. its rustoleum flat black. lol. about $4 a can, and covers pretty good.

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i rattlecaned my f150 since it was plagued with knicks and scratches. its a great 10 footer....looks great from 10 feet away. ill post pics tomorrow.
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wrong year for the thread, but, rattle can nonetheless

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love that year ford man looks sick...what size motor?
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Hey, this is my first post here on the site, and I know this is an older thread, but I'm hoping someone can still help!! Is there anyway to paint over only the second color in my original paint? My 95 has the exact same grey/white scheme as the original poster, but I want to go straight up white. Is there any good way to paint over only the grey? I would obviously use duplicolor oem matching paint to match the factory white paint. Any thoughts?? Thanks in advance!!
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Use a good quality primer that's light in color. I hope you're planning on spraying the whole truck white because the new white will never match the old. Your factory paint has had 18 years to fade and become dull.
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Well here is what I did, nothing special, was intended more as a winter protective layer then anything but still it's rattle an duplicolour John Deere green and turned out deciding for a first time attempt (and for being done at an apartment complex)



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