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1972 B1 Blue Duster - Twister'ish

My daughters car she is working on with me it was a basic /6 car but the power train was pulled years ago. It will be getting a warmed over 318 and my daughter wanted the twister graphics. May as well start an official thread. All SPI other than the Motobase B1 Blue base. Plugging away. The hood is black epoxy primer with about 20% flattener in it.

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That has been the debate on the Facebook group. 50/50 split so far. Barry what say you?
I will learn with the rest of you, I saw one that was a daily driver 5 years old and still looked good but a lot of variables involved.
I will say this adding flattener will shorten the life in my opinion.
White SPI epoxy with Motobase Mopar B5 Blue and Universal Clear for the interior parts (original colors). The last 2 photos are the dash with 10% flat in the clear to kill a bit of the shine so it won't reflect off the windshield as much.
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