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Vette looks good.   

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Love all those cars! 

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Thanks for sharing as always stratman.

I love the Martinque Blue Poly colored '78 Trans Am in particular.

That's the color I re-painted my '73 Lemans Sport Coupe back in 1979. It was lacquer paint back in those days, no enamel or urethane. I think I sprayed close to 8 coats of color and another 6-8 coats of clear. Lacquer is much thinner than enamel basecoat/clear coat.

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12 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Vette looks good.   

Thanks, JUSTA. It's a "10 footer", lol- any closer and you'll see all the cracks, chips, paint flaws, uneven gaps, etc. But she's a blast to drive!

10 hours ago, Frosty said:

Thanks for sharing as always stratman.

I love the Martinque Blue Poly colored '78 Trans Am in particular.

That's the color I re-painted my '73 Lemans Sport Coupe back in 1979. It was lacquer paint back in those days, no enamel or urethane. I think I sprayed close to 8 coats of color and another 6-8 coats of clear. Lacquer is much thinner than enamel basecoat/clear coat.

It is a beautiful blue, alright. I'm picturing Lucy that color in my head... nice!

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My friend's '68 Camaro- he did all the restoration work himself, body work, paint, upholstery, engine, suspension... everything!

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10 hours ago, stratman said:

My friend's '68 Camaro- he did all the restoration work himself, body work, paint, upholstery, engine, suspension... everything!

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Love it! Looks great!

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Very sharp cars stratman. Again thanks for sharing.

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