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Old 10-02-2006, 10:07 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by harofreak00
Originally Posted by bonnie94ssei
I repainted a whole fender with Duplicolor from a spray can. They have the spray cans that have the fan-like nozzel that spreads the paint out more like a real spray gun. Looked exactly like the factory paint when I was done. If you apply thin coats and do the misting of clear, followed by a couple wetter, heavier coats, and sand, you can get pretty surprising results from the spray cans.
what car was that!?!
The Cutlass Supreme I had after the death of DR. I was too nervous to paint DrugRunner. But half the car was new paint anyway
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