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Old 11-05-2007, 07:16 PM
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i dunno i like it with the camo bottoms and the black paint. but it would be cool if you could get your whole truck to look like the bottom bit that has camo on it.
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If you are saying this refering to the bronco in my pics, that truck is dead. Sorry forgot to mention that. I was thinking for my new one i just picked up.
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Old 11-22-2007, 10:17 PM
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i need to strip my 85 F250 XLT Lariat (above) of all the exterior stuff and do something with it

i already removed the front bumper and welded on a 6" tube


i was thinking camo

but the zebra bit reminded me of a 79 4x4 chevy thats been running around here for a long time it is full zebra and looks cool

dont like the color white much

so i was thinking of zebra pattern in different colors than black and white, hmm


i wonder what the trick is to making zebra pattern anyways

i know jack about paint and artistic methods like this

and black rattle can is retarded looks like crap i have had enough trucks with that done to them

no more of that

i have an air compressor and a new unused spray gun and access to a regulator

its jut a matter of deciding what to do and how to do it

i have no skills at all with anything more artistic than a stick figure on paper

so hmmm


anyone got info/urls to how to make patterns and such ?
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Camo can look good, or really nasty. All depends on how much time is spent on the paint job and how it is applied, like any other paint job. Clear coat is a must. I would like to see some Snow Camo paint jobs.
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That is a great looking truck..
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i have a 79 f150 that i use for varmit hunting. i didnt want the same ole same ole so i painted the base color flat white and then used flat gray and flat black maple leaf pattern. i get alot of compliments{even from the women} and it really blends in, in the winter. so much so that one night in a field i walked right past it
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Here's one that's a little different.

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