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Old 05-02-2014, 07:18 PM
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POR1 Engine Paint (Let see some pics)

I was just wondering if any one here has used this system and how it held up. I did my motor in it and it turned out great. I just really hope it hold up for a long time.

Heres a few pics of how mine turned out.

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Wow, a whole lot of Ford Blue you have there, any 2 tone in the future? And yes post up its durability.
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looks great ,did you spray it on.or brush.....Looks like you used por black and then blue,,,,I didnt think you needed to paint a base with the por Ford Blue,,just wondering.I have a 302 and a small can of Ford Dark blue por that I was going to paint.I know por makes a white primer in spray,,just wondering.Looks Great
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Sounds like a crappy shop. Time to cut your losses and find another. That's why for 99% of my stuff I just do it myself then i know it's right.
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Wow....looks good. It sure is blue.........you'll be able to see oil leaks a mile away. Good job. Hope it holds up and is durable...
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Did you paint that all put together? Going to be a mess if you remove components and bolts.

Imo, would look better with block, heads, and bracketing with black.
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yeah it was painted all put togather. bolts in the oil pan and the bolts on the valve covers came right out plus all the other bolts I had in holes plugging up spots needed for brackets and other parts.
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