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Old 10-18-2004, 04:18 AM   #1
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The other day, i had an idea. i was thinking about painting my bonneville with paint that would change colors with heat. do they make something like that? wouldnt that be kool?
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do they make something like that?? yes, i used to have a sweatshirt that changed color with body heat, in 2nd grade i have also had the hot wheels that changed color with temperature differences that is talked about in this post

http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Tempe...sitive_20Paint

however, if this stuff ever does get invented/go mainstream, its gonna be HUGE bucks, prolly like $10,000 a gallon?
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prolly be worth every penny of it, at least until it gets keyed. cursed vandils! i would pay to see sombody with that paint scheme though
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yeah i agree...that would win every car show in the world, along with cause many traffice accidents, and numerous amounts of confusion....

but wow it would be cool...
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The other day, i had an idea. i was thinking about painting my bonneville with paint that would change colors with heat. do they make something like that? wouldnt that be kool?
I was going to say...... I thought I had some HotWheels that did that... lol
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well, i guess that cost a little more then i bargained for. i could always paint the the raised v portion on the hood, and a stript that goes from the front corner lens to the back blinker lens. that might look better, just go with highlites. maybe do the air foil on the back too.
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Whatever you do..... photoshop it first.....

Then post it here..... we wanna see....
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eh, its a little out of my price range. i might try it on places on my 84 tempo, but nothing right away. sorry. i just thought it would be cool.
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