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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by skenny'schopshop, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. I shot it with rustolum in the quarts u can get the toner at home depot along with the paint u mix 2 quarts of acetone to one quart of paint did this for 40 bucks cheep and easy[​IMG]
     

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  2. Pitbullgoingpostal
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    Looks pretty good in the dark...
     
  3. Goozgaz
    Joined: Jan 11, 2005
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    How about some day light.

    Rustoleum and a foam roller for you.

    (wagon looks good)

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  4. That's a roller job? Fuckin' A, looks good.-MIKE:eek::cool:
     

  5. jeebers02
    Joined: Aug 10, 2009
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    i like the wagon looks real good... cheap paint jobs for the win
     
  6. superbeeme
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    "Cheap and easy" I think I've heard that before! I do have to say the Rust "O" Paint jobs both look good. Great work!!
     
  7. ok hear are some day time pics and no it wasent rolled on with a roller it was sprayed out of a paint gun[​IMG]
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  8. Looks pretty good, and that is such a killer body style.
     
  9. 29nash
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    I'm going to use a brush on Nash Hot Rod, no shit I ain't lyin'. 'Most of the body work/rockers/headers is ready for smoothin, and the rest of the metal prep will take a month of Sundays to get it bright before the primer coat. Maybe this winter. Now that you've shown us your wagon, I'm going to make an attempt to beat your $40 benchmark!
     

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  10. Grumpy
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    My buddy is about to do his 54 Chevy truck with that same Rustoleum but Chesnut brown satin.
    Should be cool.

    You wagon looks great. What color is that?
     
  11. 65PANELRAT
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    Bitchen! Looks Awesome!!!
     
  12. looks great. the day shot is much better.
     
  13. Gotgas
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    Hope ya like it... you'll probably never be able to get it back off. :D

    Looks good...
     
  14. ratster
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    cool!! i like wagons and your blue ford emblem lol
     
  15. LANCE-SPEED
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    and its oil based so you'll never be able to put anything over it!
     
  16. if u want to put automotive paint on it I think u can primer seal it then primer and paint not to sure
     
  17. Muttley
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    Rustoleum is great, I use their Satin line on everything. Its super easy to work with and nearly impossible to do a bad job with the stuff.
     
  18. arkiehotrods
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    I like it. I like the car, too, since we had a '58 Ford wagon when I was a kid back in the early sixties. All eight of us would pile in that thing and go on vacation!
     
  19. oven cleaner and steel wool take it right off. im more partial to krylon satin, its not as thick/gummy....
     
  20. 29nash
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    That's simply not true. Block sand it, seal-prime, sand again, then put anything on it that you want to.
     
  21. lorodz
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    looks good ..how long did it take to dry
     
  22. a while becuse no hardner added just acetone but about 4 hrs
     
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    my old cad I did with the same paint
     

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  24. redlinetoys
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    The wagon looks nice. Is it satin?
     
  25. Antny
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    That paint have any UV blocker in it? Just wondering how it'll stand up to sunlight. Looks cool!
     
  26. blacksheep 1
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    I'm just glad it has some kind of paint on it and didn't get sent to the chinese toy factory.

    Nice job.
     
  27. I agree. I don't know why people say you can't paint or clear over enamels. Obviously they have to be fully cured but other than that I don't see a problem. You can clear over practically anything with modern clears.
     
  28. yah satin not the flat in that brand flat looks like poly primer and it dosent fade too bad in summer here it gets 110 and stays around 100 for about 4 mounths it lightens just a little
     
  29. redlinetoys
    Joined: May 18, 2004
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    I am digging it. There is a time and place for a quick inexpensive makeover and you made it happen, and apparently did it very well.

    Nice colors.

    Looks great!
     

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