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Thread: 1970 AAR Cuda - Panther Pink

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    1970 AAR Cuda - Panther Pink







    Going to use the 2.1 Universal on this one. Will clear in the morning.

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    Now THAT's a color you don't see every day! Wow
    Chris

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    I love it!!!!!!! Yea its got to be a Hemi????
    If not I would buy a new one and put in it! LOL
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    Haha! i wish. 340 six pack. First coat is on...so far i like it.

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    I really like the 2.1 universal. Seems a bit easier to run than the regular voc (LOL)...or maybe its me. But I think I do like it over the regular voc.

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    It can run!! Is that not weird, how just the addition of one solvent can totally change something.

    With the 2:1 you either love it or hate it and there seems to be no in between as far as opinions.
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    Looks nice, that color will turn some heads, do you seal your jobs before base Jeremy?

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    Clone hemi or AAR ? I would stick with the AAR, very rare care indeed

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    Its a real AAR.

    CREX, I don't seal these...just adds that much more time and extra headache in the booth. these e bodies go a little quicker..but the bigger b bodies can take up to 7 hours booth time from degreasing to last coat of clear. that's not counting all the seam sealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyb View Post
    Its a real AAR.

    CREX, I don't seal these...just adds that much more time and extra headache in the booth. these e bodies go a little quicker..but the bigger b bodies can take up to 7 hours booth time from degreasing to last coat of clear. that's not counting all the seam sealing.
    That is what I thought, I'd take a real AAR over a clone hemi anyday

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