Fixing HEAVY oxidation from cars paint!

Discussion in 'Motorized Vehicles' started by jooooeee, Feb 4, 2010.

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  1. jooooeee

    jooooeee Stealth in disguise

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    WOOT! Done and it looks 1000% better almost like a newish car that has seen some sun.

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  2. Clutch

    Clutch cute and cuddly boys

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    Very nice, it looks a lot better.
     
  3. millermagic

    millermagic Rockin the pinktop

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    WOAH! That looks great!

    Actually, that truck looks like its in good enough shape (no rust or dents) that its worth a paint job.
     
  4. jooooeee

    jooooeee Stealth in disguise

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    Ya not bad for a 16yr old truck runs well, fairly unscathed (my sister owned it before me and the bumper/tailgate has some battle wounds), and now it looks pretty damn good.

    I probably won't paint it unless I have too, I take it off road into some pretty extreme places so it gets scrached up a lot, I'd only paintit to save the metal from rusting.
     
  5. MrX8503

    MrX8503 Notebook Evangelist

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    I knew you could get away with it without painting. Nice job on the detail. It looks a lot better.

    The paint still looks a little matte, but at least you got rid of the paint peel.
     
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