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Old 12-14-2012, 11:03 PM   #1
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Ok ive been doing some research in regards to blacking out my interior i will be buying new leather seats. Was curious if anyone painted there door panels and dash and how well did it hold up.
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Has anyone a plasti dipped their interior just curious.
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I should punch you in the face for that, they make special plastic paint that bonds with plastic trim and comes out nice, google it you'll find tons of help
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I should punch you in the face for that, they make special plastic paint that bonds with plastic trim and comes out nice, google it you'll find tons of help
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I should punch you in the face for that, they make special plastic paint that bonds with plastic trim and comes out nice, google it you'll find tons of help
Meet brad, he's a 140lb bad mother ****er...... Lmao
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Meet brad, he's a 140lb bad mother ****er...... Lmao
It's 160 sir But I'm dropping weight for my weigh in b4 the fight
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I have googled it so far everyone says use dupli color i wanted to make sure this is right.
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It's 160 sir But I'm dropping weight for my weigh in b4 the fight
Ooooo so ill get to watch you on spike too?? Lol last time I weighed 160 I was in 9th grade haha
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I have googled it so far everyone says use dupli color i wanted to make sure this is right.
I've never seen it turn out well it looks good at first but over time not so much not trying to discourage you just my opinion
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I've never seen it turn out well it looks good at first but over time not so much not trying to discourage you just my opinion
Thats what im worried about i think it would look like crap over time i was curious to see if anyone already did it.
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Not me but I've seen a lot of others now maybe they weren't using good products or not doing their prep right but I've seen a lot that didn't stick. I think your exterior looks good as is but if you must change it buy door panels and stuff you won't regret it
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I used the plastic paint for my car looks great.
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Not me but I've seen a lot of others now maybe they weren't using good products or not doing their prep right but I've seen a lot that didn't stick. I think your interior
looks good as is but if you must change it buy door panels and stuff you won't regret it
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I used the plastic paint for my car looks great.
Looks good what kind of paint did you use and has it stood up for a while
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Duplicolor works great and it's all in the prep work, but also how had would it be to just find a wrecked v6 in the junk yard and get all the plastic pieces that way
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Looks good what kind of paint did you use and has it stood up for a while
It was a plastic paint that I bought from autozone. I've had on my car for 6 months and looks like just sprayed it. You have to buy the plastic primer adhesive, the color you want, and the plastic clear coat
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It was a plastic paint that I bought from autozone. I've had on my car for 6 months and looks like just sprayed it. You have to buy the plastic primer adhesive, the color you want, and the plastic clear coat
Ok great i may give it a try
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Ok i figured it out i want to leather wrap my grey parts now where could i find some good quality vinyl/leather?
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Ok i figured it out i want to leather wrap my grey parts now where could i find some good quality vinyl/leather?
Go to your local vinyl shop and get your leather from there. They should have some good quality stuff and it's cheap.
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I used the plastic paint for my car looks great.
Looks good but the grandma steering wheel grip cover has to go.
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Looks good but the grandma steering wheel grip cover has to go.
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