Discussion in 'Restorations' started by MorkC68, Aug 13, 2011.
Looking really good mate,
its been a long time comming but its definatly worth it. looks great
Was the paint a bit thick? There's going to be some more sanding...
Good to see some colour. :yes
Dont think the paint was too thick Zed, it was as per the instructions provided...looks great, needs a good cutting compound to bring out the shine!!
I'm more than happy so far ;D
All looking good Mark. I didnt realise just how much work Gus was going to take. I am in awe at what you are doing.
As I said to Lowie, ' no pressure' but can't wait to see Gus at Clumber in the SPRING.
Looks great mark, oh and welcome back zed.
Thats some great work gone into that buddy.
Looks really good in that colour too.
Keep it going
great work mark
cheers for the comments guys, much appreciated!!
We had to pop the bumper on today, just to check the colour scheme out..what d ya think?
Looks really good.
It looks like a little toy with grey plastic bumpers. I like it. It's whimsical.
It also gets on nicely with your license plate, whereas they're usually an eyesore.
Ya know, I think the way the plate matches the bumper contributes to the toyish look. It's like all one piece from the same injection mold.
That is really cool.
I thought the bumpers were going to be blue but I like the grey but please please please put some eyes in the poor thing so he can start to see again
I'd normally think white or black for bumpers as Im not very imaginative.
I'd never have thought of using grey but that looks really good, suits it well 8)
I agree with Diddymen, normally white or else chrome/stainless steel.
In this case, that looks great.
Nope, the yellow and blue was a bit pukey!! Grey is the way morklol:
I'd say keep the grey I'm likeing the colours
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