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Fresh out of the paint booth, shot flames on a '70 Boss 429

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Just finished painting this one last night, paint is House of Kolor black base, the usual traditional flame job and covered it in PPG Concept 2021 clear urethane.

Brian

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dang dude, thats is wicked!! looks great

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Man I be happy just to get a solid color as nice as yours! Excellent work! Which wheels are you planning to use, I noticed two sets?

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I guess that's not bad. You know, if you like a ridiculously super smooth black finish and crisply executed traditional flames. And Mustangs...you'd have to like Mustangs, too. :wink:

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I lean towards the Billet rims,...do you have a painting service ?say if some one was to do the prep and send you the item for a couple weeks while you work your magic...and $ is right,....I like your flame style,..I like them when they cross each other,..Ghost flames are nice too ,do you do those ?,...

Excellent job.

Barry Beachum

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Hey Brian, flame job looks great as usual. I have a question. I got me some of that Hobbico liquid mask and it's really thick. Will it mix to a more pourable consistency in the bottle if it's really shaken? Or do you just get a blob in your airbrush jar and thin and mix it like that?

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Sweet work, as usual! That color scheme really makes the Mustang look BadA$$!

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Wow, Brian that looks great. Real Hot Rod style Flames over Black it just dosn't get any better than that I also started using PPG Concept clear not to long ago I don't think I will ever use any thing else. Keep us posted on your progress.

Later Al.

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Amazing paint job...... :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Hey Brian, flame job looks great as usual. I have a question. I got me some of that Hobbico liquid mask and it's really thick. Will it mix to a more pourable consistency in the bottle if it's really shaken? Or do you just get a blob in your airbrush jar and thin and mix it like that?

Thanks Ray,

You can mix the Hobbico liquid mask with water, I mix mine to about the consistancy of milk. You want it pretty runny so it will flow through the airbrush, it also helps to filter it through a fine mesh or screen before you dump it in the airbrush so it doesn't get clogged. If you have any other questions feel free to ask.

Thanks

Brian Nehring

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How do yu do those flames brian? With a frisket film mask, then One-Shot for tha tips? I could nevah do those tips, mah hands would shake too much.

Excellent flames von Brian! :wink: :wink: :(

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