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  • #31
    I didn't use rustoleum. I used a synthetic chassis black. Did the same on the engine bay of the Cat. Tough paint that didn't cost a fortune. Then again, my car is actually driven. Lol.
    -Mike

    This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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    • #32
      What I hate about rustoleum is it takes for ever to dry.

      Sent from my nerd phone Bitches!
      HARDCORE for the Cause!!!! Detroit Charter President!

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      • #33
        I had nowhere to go so I waited.
        - Chris -
        We're in Canada now. What are they gunna do, kick us out? - Mac while in Michigan
        1959 Pontiac Custom Star Chief
        389ci w/ '60 SD Tri Power/200-4R/3.42 Limited Slip

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        • #34
          City folk. Always in a big ass hurry.
          -Mike

          This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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          • #35
            Mike like driving his down a gravel road while the paint is still wet though.
            - Christopher - They call me Devil Beard

            Hoarder of various 2nd gen Trans Ams and Firebirds/ 73-77

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            • #36
              I think he calls it "Gravel guard" LOL
              72 Luxury Lemans nicely equipped!

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              • #37
                There's a lot going on in the big city that you country folk would never understand.

                Sent from my nerd phone Bitches!
                HARDCORE for the Cause!!!! Detroit Charter President!

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                • #38
                  i understand it enough to not want to live there LOL
                  72 Luxury Lemans nicely equipped!

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                  • #39
                    Lol. You're right. I don't get it. Lol
                    -Mike

                    This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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                    • #40
                      Shoplines chassis black is bad ass stuff. Thick as all get out. You hafta use a 1.8 tip to shoot it but it dont chip and looks nice when all done.
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                      Keep your hands outta my pocket and yer nose outta my business and we'll get along just fine

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by indymanjoe View Post
                        i understand it enough to not want to live there LOL
                        Joe you don't count your within a mile of city life

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                        HARDCORE for the Cause!!!! Detroit Charter President!

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                        • #42
                          Kinda what I was thinking Chuck he's not15 miles from the nearest gas station/convenience store.
                          Mac


                          69 Firebird

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                          • #43
                            well its not in the city.close,but i can still hunt in my backyard..
                            72 Luxury Lemans nicely equipped!

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                            • #44
                              You can't set off fireworks though.
                              - Chris -
                              We're in Canada now. What are they gunna do, kick us out? - Mac while in Michigan
                              1959 Pontiac Custom Star Chief
                              389ci w/ '60 SD Tri Power/200-4R/3.42 Limited Slip

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                              • #45
                                sooooo true
                                72 Luxury Lemans nicely equipped!

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