If you're thinking primer color (probably not white, but a light gray) and final paint, yes that's possible.In looking at it, I wonder if it is a two-color process? White first, then a greenish yellow on top?
Yeah I missed your reply ... work must be getting in the way of monitoring AlfaBB, lol.Pete,
Not so much ignored. I replied that the difficulty was not really pulling the box up the driveway. The difficulty is getting it out of the house. Perhaps you missed that reply? Plus, the driveway is narrow, and open to the elements, whereas the shop (only about 25 meters away from the house) has a nice smooth floor, heat and air conditioning, compressed air for tools, excellent lighting, organized parts bins, and about 800 watts of music system.
I see no benefit in trying to install an engine out in the open, when five minutes of rolling (once I have it out of the house) will get it to the shop.
Yes. The point being that most paints and colors are translucent, to varying degrees. Generally, yellows are the worst in this regard.a restorer I know here in OZ puts the final colour tint in the primer. this gives great depth to the colour.