Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Rum Balls, Dec 20, 2015.
Any car? $99.95? Come on.
I think in the 60's it was like $39.99
I like the way they pour the polyurethane in the bucket and stir it with a stick. Important to mix that shit up.
No ups, no extras
That was old alkyd enamel paint. Spray it in June and it finally hardened up in late September.
All bodywork was extra and that's where they made money.
no trim, no detail, no cut in...any idiot can spray a car full of cheap paint
The Hollywood Regal...Earl Shieb Hawaii Blue...$499 with some bodywork circa 1993. Bought it for $500, sold it the next year for 2k. BOOM!
Hey, Phil's up!
I did a work truck once. Drips and runs like mad.
Wow pretty snazzy
When I was a young buck we used to frame up a spray booth in a buddy's back yard and cover it in visqueen. We'd swap it out between jobs and bang out 4 in a weekend.
High quality, low price.
kool story, grandpa
Sounds like an '80's factory GM paintjob.
My first car in 1986 (a 72 Dodge Dart) got a $99 earl sheib paint job in white
1968 gmc truck that ran on propane.
All of the gas guzzling, none of the power.