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GTS02
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Jul 28, 9:57am - #234880 
How Long Would This Take

A couple of you guys said you have had this painting professionally done. I was just wondering how long the shop kept your car to finish it

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GTS02
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Jul 28, 9:59am - #234881 
And if you have had it doen how much did it cost yo

thanks

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Jul 28, 10:01am - #234882 
all that is sanding and priming and painting.. nuttin really too it just time!

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Jul 28, 10:01am - #234883 
most of those parts you can drive without them on...jsut drop off the parts...


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Jul 28, 10:06am - #234884 
yeah, those parts come out to be painted...just drop them off at a shop that is familiar with painting that kind of thing...shouldn't take more than a week

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celicafourotwo
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Jul 28, 7:48pm - #234885 
cost under 20 bucks if you do it urself..use Fusion krylon paint...take 2days because i took lots of time and go SLLOOOOOWWWWWW..best of all..NO SANDING..yay..


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Jul 28, 9:34pm - #234886 
u got any pics?

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Jul 29, 2:01am - #234887 
Originally Posted by devilinacelica
most of those parts you can drive without them on...jsut drop off the parts...


That's what I've been doing as we speak, painting them in my garage, it's much cheaper, i've spent near $20 on the whole thing, went to the dealership, asked for paint and spend like 13.50 on a gallon of that shit, i'm airbrushing it on and sanding about 4-5 times then in comes the Clear Coat

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Jul 29, 3:22am - #234888 
I'm also in the process of painting my interior trim. I've got my center console area done. the longest part of the process is waiting for the paint to setup and completely dry before reinstalling. atm I've spent $6 bucks on 2 cans of paint. I'm using testors transperent blue which is the same paint used in the above pic. no sanding involved, just make sure you clean every spec of dirt from the plastic before you paint. I used simple green to remove dirt/grease and whatever else used to be all over my dash. lollol


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Jul 29, 11:25am - #234889 
i did mine myself. only spent around $20. There's a great guideline by carbon_blue_gt in the "feature section".

mine came out great but i just need to add more clear coat.

(check my profile for a pic or two.)

i used Model Masters paint (you can find some at a hobby shop). i chose this one because Testors didnt have the blue that i wanted. The color i got is called True Blue Pearl. and it has a pearl in it.

BTW Tamiya paint is the best IMO. its about $4.99ea. it smells way different from any other spray paint. and the result is the best i've seen.


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Jul 29, 11:27am - #234890 
i need to take better shots.

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Jul 29, 1:28pm - #234891 
i had a buddy do mine that works in a body shop, and he got them all done in one night, prolly 4-5 hours tops. doesnt take long at all.


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