Discussion in 'Restorations' started by paradox, Aug 10, 2011.
don t knock yourself your doing a cracking job
I’m not knocking myself as such owen
I know I can and I have many times in the past done a lot better.
I’ve just accepted that I’ve got to work with what I have.
Lobbed the sliding door back on for winter
Fitted the cab door striker plate and engine lid to get them out of my way.
Nothing I can do about the poor panel gap between the bottom of the engine lid and rear valance
I’ll just have to live with it.
Proof that painting epoxy resin over the top of corrosion doesent hold it back!
It needs mechanically/chemically removing as much as possible and a zinc phosphate rich primer before top coat.
Areas I’ve redone are not showing signs of corrosion coming back through yet.
the difference in the 2 greens is unreal
How do you mean unreal?
un real means the differece the new green rel;y stands out
Been a long time since I tuned into this thread: nice to see you’ve decided not to sell Nomad Para and glad you seem to have regained your resto mojo!
Have to agree with others, the new paint looks awesome especially with the texture - I’d’ve never believed roller applied paint could look so good - you absolutely have to do stencilled tyre pressures!
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this little man would look good with ye and the girls
Pro restorer my arse
Why paint something with zero prep
This is 2 pack paint flaking off with my finger nail
Finished prepping the totem and painted it.
Nice. Is it gonna make it on the road in 2019?
I’ve no idea
I’ll just keep plodding on with it.
Prepped and painted the vent cover
its all in the prep
This ones turned out loads better than the last one.
Is the grey paint etch or just normal primer?
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