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Old 04-18-2013, 11:54 PM   #1
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A few cans of plasti- dip and pure gold rustoleum primer/paint and here we are.



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Looks good. Wish i saw more people going with the gold look
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Looks good. Wish i saw more people going with the gold look
Thanks, yeah everyone in my area likes it and thinks its different bc nobody has done gold bullitts around here
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Thanks, yeah everyone in my area likes it and thinks its different bc nobody has done gold bullitts around here
Its different and i love variety rather than just going black which does look good still but its done too often. If i had a black stang i probably would go gold
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Its different and i love variety rather than just going black which does look good still but its done too often. If i had a black stang i probably would go gold
Yeah these are just temps, I plan on getting my fr500 powdercoated gold. Black/ gold green/gold go great together
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A few cans of plasti- dip and pure gold rustoleum primer/paint and here we are.
Looks good.
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A few cans of plasti- dip and pure gold rustoleum primer/paint and here we are.
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Looks nice. It would look even better powdercoated. I like this color scheme ob the wheels with a black body.
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Looks nice. It would look even better powdercoated. I like this color scheme ob the wheels with a black body.
Yeah I'm loving it and I have considered either powdercoating these or getting fr500 and powdercoating them gold
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Awesome man.
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Actually been thinking of making mine gold as well just not sure how it would look.. Sterling grey with gold??
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Looks good
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I like it but I like a little brighter gold, similar to volks which aren't common on a mustang just giving a reference for color
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Looks good that different never seen gold before
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A few cans of plasti- dip and pure gold rustoleum primer/paint and here we are.
I think it pretty good!

Did you spray the rustoleum on top on the Plasti-Dip?
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Old 04-22-2013, 02:06 PM   #19
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Actually been thinking of making mine gold as well just not sure how it would look.. Sterling grey with gold??
It will look good

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I like it but I like a little brighter gold, similar to volks which aren't common on a mustang just giving a reference for color
I know exactly which gold your talking about that would look nice, I was just testing the waters on them since no one hasn't done it yet.

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I think it pretty good!

Did you spray the rustoleum on top on the Plasti-Dip?
Yes sir i did and thank you!
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Looks sick. But ur gonna have a heck of a time gettin it off
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Looks sick. But ur gonna have a heck of a time gettin it off
Lol yeah that's what Im not looking forward to whenever I do decide to take it off
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Lol yeah that's what Im not looking forward to whenever I do decide to take it off
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