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Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   11-12-2007, 10:47 AM
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Posted By maxwedge
I would say the really good things about this are...

I would say the really good things about this are that it's cheap, it prevents rust, and it looks pretty good for what it is. I probably could use a less agressive compound or pad on the buffer, but...
Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   11-12-2007, 07:38 AM
Replies: 79
Views: 40,200
Posted By maxwedge
Just thought I would throw an update on here. ...

Just thought I would throw an update on here. After much debating with myself. I decide to have a body shop paint the Alfa with urethane base clear, not because this method isn't a really great...
Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   05-28-2007, 07:12 AM
Replies: 79
Views: 40,200
Posted By maxwedge
After a little reasearch I have decide to go with...

After a little reasearch I have decide to go with the Brightside marine paint, rolled on...still cheap...It's pictures like these that convinced me...
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Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   05-26-2007, 08:05 AM
Replies: 79
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Posted By maxwedge
Sometime around 2:30 am I finished reading those...

Sometime around 2:30 am I finished reading those threads. Right now I'm kinda torn between finishing with the Rust-Oleum and switching to Brightside. The Rusto trunk lid still looks great this...
Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   05-25-2007, 05:23 PM
Replies: 79
Views: 40,200
Posted By maxwedge
OK 1st coat is done. I didn't prep worth a ****....

OK 1st coat is done. I didn't prep worth a ****. Hosed of the trunklid, Wiped it down with some wax and grease remover. Took the D/A sander and scuffed what was there for maybe a minute or two,...
Forum: Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)   05-23-2007, 06:07 PM
Replies: 79
Views: 40,200
Posted By maxwedge
$98 Rust-oleum paint job

There is an article in this months Hot Rod about using a roller to paint your car for cheap using thinned Rust-Oleum. At first i kinda dismissed the idea as...umm... completely stupid. But for...
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