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i looked at a lot of posts about trunk painting. my 67 will never be a show car, but i wanted it to look nice.
there was no rust at all. so i cleaned it, wire brushed it, wiped it down with some thinner.
i sprayed some grey primer on then shot it with that stone accent paint that rustolium makes and BAMM!! :hurray:

i like it. see what you think. it is VERY close to the original stuff that is still on the back seat support.

http://i173.photobucket.com/albums/w48/msenmartin/trunk1.jpg

http://i173.photobucket.com/albums/w48/msenmartin/trunk3.jpg

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It came out great. Who would think that spray stone would look that close to original trunk spatter paint :)


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Looks great.
Does it seem durable to you?
I've got a small spot in my '68's trunk that I could try it on for a side by side comparison.
 

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Thats awesome. Even better if it does not need the waterprofing like the OEM stuff.

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Looks great.
Does it seem durable to you?
I've got a small spot in my '68's trunk that I could try it on for a side by side comparison.
it does seem like it would be pretty tough. although i have a pick up if i need to haul something, so there will probably not be anything back there.

Thats awesome. Even better if it does not need the waterprofing like the OEM stuff.

joe c
i dont think it would need any waterproofing as it is designed for outdoor use. but the can says you can spray a flat clearcoat over it if you want to.
i figured at $8 a can it was worth a try. :thumbsup:
 

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I was going to try the same thing, now i'm definitely
going to. looks great.
 
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