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    John Zweber

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  1. Use a 2K clear. It won't yellow and it will protect white decals from yellowing
  2. Hey Dave, you might want to try Splash Paints. Great paint and fast service!
  3. He should be contacting you tonight after he gets home from work
  4. T-bone

    gravity colors

    Go to page 2 of the Car Aftermarket / Resin forum down below and read all about it.
  5. He recommends a .15 for colors and clear and .4 for primer
  6. Follow Samuel's recommendations for needle size and pressure. Results are great
  7. You might want to consider going to the NNL West in Santa Clara. Get a vendor table and bring what you want to sell. http://nnlwest.org/nnlwest.html
  8. Using Splash Paint now. Great paint and it shows up in 2 days after you order it. You also get a tracking number
  9. M&S Hobbies carries BeeMax. http://www.mshobbies.com
  10. For what it's worth, there were a number of Foose models in different categories at the IPMs Nationals in Phoenix. Cadillacs and the Ford pickups. Don't underestimate how popular Foose is. Box stock or detailed, they are great kits.
  11. I'm glad you got your paint Albert. I purchased Gravity paints before these issues started cropping up. Liked the paint but the last order I placed, Mate told me that the post office was having issues. Label was printed but paint hadn't been shipped. Finally got the paint but that was my last order. At the IPMS Nationals I ran into two people that have been waiting over 3 weeks for an order with no communication. I've ordered from Splash Paints, Upscale Hobbies and HobbyworldUSA. Great communication. Email acknowledgement of the orders. Orders shipped the next day with tracking.
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