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  1. Paasche H question

    Depends on what your gonna do with it. I just spray 1/25 bodies and parts and all of my vl's and my lone h have the 5 's in them.
  2. Round 2 Website

    Still down wed 4:42 am ,8-15-18
  3. 55 Chevy Belair Convertible

    Your wife should be very happy, nice work.
  4. 1964-66 Plymouth Barracuda

    Motor city does a real nice 1966 with the hi-po exhast complete. That pipe really barked, cops hated them. For a 1965 MCW has stock and 2 funny car set ups. Good luck
  5. Lacquer thinner in Phoenix, AX

    Thanks for the info guys. I do remember an old painter who we just recently lost once told me acetone would cut anything ( make it sprayable ). And yes those nail shops probably use alot of it. I hate the smell.
  6. Lacquer thinner in Phoenix, AX

    this might be somewhat related. needed lacquer thinner for clean up and etc. went to a parts store and bought a gallon, when I got home and read the very small print it read pure acetone. it works but seems a little strong. if I wanted acetone I would of bought it. anyone know of why they are selling acetone for lacquer thinner ?
  7. FINALLY , my Lawman complete ( OK almost )

    I'm pretty sure all 1964 864 liteweights had red interiors, while the 1965 990 were the color posted.
  8. How many kits do you buy in one day

    Back when they were about 6 bucks I ordered a case of roadrunners and a couple a cases of the lindberg 64 dodges. Still have some, roadrunners were 4-speeds. Most Mopar racers were autos.
  9. Painting parts

    Sometimes I drill a tiny hole that will not show and use a toothpick which is then held by a alligator clip. Me and superglue don't play well alot of times.
  10. Some guys just cut the belt off and use narrow masking tape thats been hit with black magic marker.
  11. Just my observation, but if you get a booger with auto primer you have a booger. If your using tamiya, don't panic and leave it sit and when you come back the next day it will be smooth as silk no blemish at all. More costly yes but a very good product. I used to use plasti-coat t-235 but they have had to of changed the formula. It seems way thicker and squirts alot more no matter which nozzle you use. Longer dry times it just seems like a different product. I only know of 2 places that still carry it around here everyone else switched. Never had a problem going back or forth between auto and tamiya maybe ive been lucky.
  12. AMT Gas Man 49 Ford

    Well no matter what intake it sure is a pretty build, nice job
  13. AMT Gas Man 49 Ford

    Very nice but I don't understand. The class is A/Gas Supercharged but you have three two's on it.
  14. Seriously??

    I noticed he was crazy on the posters also. I can only hope no one is that stupid
  15. Painting tips for me

    Never throw away kits. Save them for parts. I have no idea what will strip that paint, but Castrol Super Clean not purple power will strip just about anything. The extra money for the name brand is worth it. I have both and the Castrol works better. Put the kit in something and let it soak for a few days, you are not going to hurt it. I just got a car that was sitting in the soup for over 2 months and its OK. With true lacquer you might want to try 90% alcohol . Some guys for years have used oven cleaner which is lye, I don't like being around or smelling that stuff. And lastly brake fluid which worked well on metal parts but not so much on plastic at least for me. As most people here will tell you is practice practice practice what ever paint and equipment you decide to use. Good Luck