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RE: Painting your car...

To: Chris Chandler <>, MG List <>
Subject: RE: Painting your car...
From: Dan Dwelley <>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 14:34:30 -0700 (PDT)
YOu can do the laquer thing...I would probably opt for either acrylic enamel
or go with a Eurothane enamel. There are pluses and minuses to all of them.


On Wed, 27 Jun 2001 17:17:25 -0400, Chris Chandler wrote:

>  >Dan Dwelley:
>  >Subject: Re: Painting your car...
>  >You could potentially run into an issue with matching the paint up. Not
>  >always an issue but it can happen based on one batch of paint one time
>  >another when you get the rest done. Also, if you buy enough for the
>  >car, the remainder will be sitting for almost a year...depending on its
>  >surrounding environment, it could start to go bad.
>  The thought here was to get enough to do the whole car.  Hadn't really
>  considered that it might "go bad".
>  Anyone know how long it'll keep and look the same when sprayed on?
>  >Just my thoughts and I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm way off
>  >here.
>  Hey, that's why I'm asking.  Don't wanna do anything too stupid without
>  consensus of the list. :)
>  I suppose I could also just do the minor repairs on those parts and drive
>  around with a white & primer car for a while.
>  On another note, is laquer the way to go?
>  Thanks,
>  Chris

Dan Dwelley
77 Midget
64 Sprite (Rotary Project)
Alexandria, Va.

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