Rescuemo wrote:Nice! Did you paint it yourself?
athawk11 wrote:Hey Iceman,
I have a question, but first, Awesome work on the paint job. The color and sheen are perfect.
I am just about to put my tub into the newly built temporary paint booth. I have used Gillepie's 111 red primer and am now ready for the top coat.
I am no pro painter. I shot the underside first and let if dry. I did not have a booth set up yet. It turned out pretty well with a few minor dust imperfections, but heck, the underside will be less noticeable than the top side.
I am using Gillespies 23070 with a 1 part xelene to 4 parts paint. I am using an HVLP gun. What paint did you use? How many top coats? Did you have any flaws? If so, how did you fix them? Did you shoot a matte clear coat? Did you sand and buff the top coat?
I didn't plan on a clear coat, sanding or buffing. I tested this and I can't see how you could maintain the semi-gloss you seem to have achieved. Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions would be very helpful.
Thanks in advance. Again, great job on your M38.
dfield wrote:Interesting fuel filter. Do you have any pictures and info on it?
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