[DML] Painting parts [was: Steering Column Surround]
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[DML] Painting parts [was: Steering Column Surround]

Actually, I was considering doing just that -- but for the wipers. A friend
who restored an old Datsun Z28 sanded the paint off of those wipers, then
primed them and sprayed them with a few coats of flat black Krylon. They
looked great, but I would prefer shiny to flat. :-)

What kind of paint did you use?


On 12/4/07, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   Would you consider painting your surround? Spot putty (the small scale
> finish filler for Bondo air pockets and sanding marks) would work
> wonders on those scars. It's extremely easy to use. Dries within
> minutes, then sand with 400 grit. Prime with a sticky primer, *NOT*
> that grey mess (I prefer rusty metal primer -- sticks to everything),
> and finish with a flat or matte topcoat.
> I just painted my mirrors and side louvers with a textured flat black.
> Look incredible.
> Bill Robertson
> #5939
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