Nordgrey Posted June 11, 2011 Share Posted June 11, 2011 And then the young fella next door asked to borrow some car wash. After he was done washing I see a box set of another compnay's products come out. Curiousity got the better of me (or maybe the salesman in me) and over I went. I saw the hood and KNEW I had to correct it. There was no choice! I wanted to do the whole car, but his girlfriend was expecting him in two hours and two hours was going to be needed to make the hood presentable, not perfect. Besides, she is a stunning young lady and were I him I wouldn't keep her waiting either! Clayed the hood, surprisingly clean. SSR SHR FMP BG American DS to top it off. As you can see, I did NOT need to use the flash method...... Test section for the SSR Hood done with SSR Putting him to work with the SHR It was after the SHR I realized there was blue metalic flake in the paint.!! Hood, except sides complete to FMP. And the end result after BG, Americana and a shot of DS. No where near perfect! But not bad. It needs at least another shot with the SSR plus some scratches that need attention with the drill. Maybe 80% there. Was fun to tackle something that shot. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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