Posted 31 August 2017 - 02:52 PM
Heres a few pics : http://imgur.com/a/6PwKy
Any feedback is appreciated, cheers.
Posted 31 August 2017 - 05:10 PM
Back in 1983 All I used was a wire wheel on a drill or just the wire brush. It still looks very nice after 34 years. (see attached before and after) I did the firewall and ft section of the frame when the engine and trans was out. I later did the rear when the rear axle was out. No way I could do that stuff now, I'm too old.
I think I used DuPont black Corlar primer and a lower gloss black IMRON.
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Posted 01 September 2017 - 03:40 AM
You could go all the way to sandblast and powder coating. I can tell you that mine is in really good shape after quite a lot of driving
Ill paint your toenails if you can stand still long enough
Click here to see my Monte build so far
---RIP Robyn Lance---
Posted 01 September 2017 - 04:42 AM
I just recently did my frame with the engine in the care during my brake overhaul. I pulled the front fender wells since they need to be replace so it provided excellent access. I taped up the oil pan and anything else I did not want to get paint on. Then I used KBS coatings satin using different size foam brushes.. I even went as far as painting the underside and outside of the frame rails front to back.
IT came out real nice and cleaned up the looks a lot. My care was fairly clean to begin with therefore I just cleaned the heck out of it with degreaser, simple green and used acetone just prior to painting.
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