I completed all the body work, epoxy primed and painted with Kirker hotrod satin black. I wanted something different, what do you think?
looks good!!not so blingy...oh and I like your spray booth haha
That's professionalism at its best Grundy
They don't have to shine to enjoy and all get dirty so good to go. What I like is that you are wearing a respirator while painting. Anyone can change the finish in the future but it is more difficult to change your lungs.
Job well done and enjoy the car and the protective coating.
It looks good but I like shine. I honor your choice.
I'll post more pics out in the sun when I put it all together, I appreciate it guys
Looks quite nice Doug .....
You are a talented painter.
This is the point I'm at now, at least I have a solid car now. Next are all the mechanicals
I really like that look. I don't know, maybe it reminds me of original paint that we sometimes see. :-)
Looks very nice.
I'm sure T's were shiny for a short while when they left the factory, but most of them saw pretty sturdy use by sturdy people and were probably not completely shiny for long.