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Old 04 Jul 2004, 08:51 pm
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I assume this is the forum to ask this in:
Backstory: I found someone that will barter me thier painting skills in exchange for my PC skills. They are going to paint some parts inside my car.

1. What is getting painted: Teardrop area around door handles, Bezel around auto shifter, knobs in heat ducts, and the dash area around the radio, heater, etc

2. Since i have Armor-All'ed the interior what should i use to make sure the plastic is ready to take the paint?

3. Are there any sites that have affordable prepainted inserts or covers for these places? I have an Electric Blue PT. If you havent noticed; NOONE carries this color.

Help PLease!!

Thank you!
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Old 05 Jul 2004, 01:20 am
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You should be able to get away with using some 409 and give it a good scrub down, and let it sit in the sun for a while, let it dry out real well. Then prime and paint.
These guys carry electric blue:

http://store.yahoo.com/wyckoff-chrys...ruistoucu.html

I ordered a bottle of steel blue from them, and it's about the size of a nail polish bottle. I would presume that after thinning it down for spraying applications, you should only need 1 to 2 bottles. The paint does match up real well, I have a pearl coat, and the match is exact.
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Old 05 Jul 2004, 03:36 am
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Don't forget that Mopar dealers sell the matching exterior paint in both liquid and spray cans. They match.[?]
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Old 05 Jul 2004, 11:45 pm
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This guy has lots of pre-painted parts.. I have never ordered from him, but then again I haven't heard anything bad on the PTE site from the people who have.

http://www.fastlanegrafix.com/index.html

Hope this helps
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Old 06 Jul 2004, 12:11 pm
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quote:Originally posted by Sandy-GRR8PT

This guy has lots of pre-painted parts.. I have never ordered from him, but then again I haven't heard anything bad on the PTE site from the people who have.

http://www.fastlanegrafix.com/index.html

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Bill is a great guy to work with, custom parts matches are the best I've seen. IMHO!!!!!!!!!
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