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ruthless hooker

02-09-2012 20:22:11




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first coat paint done, should've took more pics before tear down to help assembly but I'm putting the puzzle together, pic is from cell phone, paint shines like the sunrise




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Nick@KY

02-10-2012 14:45:02




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 Re: 630 progress first coat in reply to ruthless hooker, 02-09-2012 20:22:11  
Looks nice!!!!! !

What paint did you use?

Thanks for posting

Nick



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ruthlesshooker

02-10-2012 19:58:09




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 Re: 630 progress first coat in reply to Nick@KY, 02-10-2012 14:45:02  
Dupont paint, i hate paying for it but life goes on



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l79m20

02-10-2012 07:40:13




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 Re: 630 progress first coat in reply to ruthless hooker, 02-09-2012 20:22:11  
Looks like a good job on the paint, did you use a hardener?



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ruthless hooker

02-10-2012 09:37:59




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 Re: 630 progress first coat in reply to l79m20, 02-10-2012 07:40:13  
yes, i did, i use a 611 mix, 6 parts of paint one part of thinner one part of hardener, seems to work good with my spray gun



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TimBinWV

02-10-2012 04:03:48




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 Re: 630 progress first coat in reply to ruthless hooker, 02-09-2012 20:22:11  
Maybe someday my 311B will make it that far....



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