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Painting My Tbird

Marko1960
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Decided to strip it and paint it white and speckle black on it
Have you heard of Hydrographic Printing? Check it out on YouTube and prepare to be amazed
linkinpark232
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Marko that's crazy! Hahaha and what's the best type of paint to use?
Marko1960
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Re-Ranch is the chosen product for the pro and amateur re-finisher, but its not about product, its about preparation, 90% of a paint job is about careful preparation, sanding, priming, colour sanding, filling, priming, colour sanding and finally buffing before putting the finish coat on. Practice on a scrap of plywood before you hit the TBird and good luck, any probs, gimme a shout
linkinpark232
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Re-Ranch is the chosen product for the pro and amateur re-finisher, but its not about product, its about preparation, 90% of a paint job is about careful preparation, sanding, priming, colour sanding, filling, priming, colour sanding and finally buffing before putting the finish coat on. Practice on a scrap of plywood before you hit the TBird and good luck, any probs, gimme a shout
Thanks Marko! I'll message you if I need anything!
TheDude [staff]
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you must post a photo of your work when you're done. possibly even while you're still working
Strathadam
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Agreed. A series of photos from start to finish would be awesome.
linkinpark232
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Alright will do guys! It won't be until spring though. It's 50 degrees for 2 days then it drops to -15 the next. That's what happened Friday through-tonight. So if you can't tell I can't dry it anywhere
Marko1960
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How do you post photos? I have some pics of a Jazzmaster I re-finished
Strathadam
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Post the photos to something like photobucket or imgur and use the hyperlink button to post the links
Marko1960
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Thanks Strathadam I'll give it a go

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