[DML] Re: Powdercoated DMC frames experience anyone?
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[DML] Re: Powdercoated DMC frames experience anyone?


Personally, if i was doing this i would galvanise/powder coat and 
then epoxy coat.
i think the quality of the epoxy is proven as many cars are good 
after 25 years, however i am not sure with galvanising/powder 
coating as i thought they scratch much easier and one any 
damage/scratches rust soon sets in.
the original epoxy is pretty tough stuff and if you 'slip' against 
it with a tool is resists well.



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, robin.coombe@xxxx wrote:
> I can't speak for the longevity of powder coating or galvanising 
as it
> wasn't my car and I didn't do the work (just documents the process 
on my web
> site for someone else) but if you want to see what was involved in
> Galvanising and Powder Coating a Delorean frame, take a look at the
> following site:
> 	<http://www.delorean-dmc12.co.uk/restoration/default.html>
> Click on the site link, then on The Restoration section, then 
> It'll give you an idea of the kind of work involved and the look 
of the
> finished product.
> Robin.
> P.S.  (It's not my car and I didn't do the restoration, just 
documented it
> on behalf of someone else - details on the site.)
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