#5 Green 60, bodywork and paint (Princess) (2 Viewers)

kelly saad

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Stuff & stuff. More green
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kelly saad

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Good on you for doing jambs, otherwise it's kind of a lazy way to do it, especially when changing colors. Are you going to do the engine bay as well?
I agree, it’s just wrong not to completely disassemble before paint. Some people can’t due to the cost and that is understandable, but there is only one way to do this in my opinion.

I would be happy to do the engine compartment but that is another project all on its own. Haven’t been asked yet. It does bother me but that is where I don’t really push it, under the hood anyway.
 

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I agree, it’s just wrong not to completely disassemble before paint. Some people can’t due to the cost and that is understandable, but there is only one way to do this in my opinion.

I would be happy to do the engine compartment but that is another project all on its own. Haven’t been asked yet. It does bother me but that is where I don’t really push it, under the hood anyway.
Ballpark on tkn motor out + doin engine bay? That cant be cheap...
 

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I agree, it’s just wrong not to completely disassemble before paint. Some people can’t due to the cost and that is understandable, but there is only one way to do this in my opinion.

I would be happy to do the engine compartment but that is another project all on its own. Haven’t been asked yet. It does bother me but that is where I don’t really push it, under the hood anyway.
gotta ask lololol
 

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