Spray Painting Audi Coupe - complete respray
Basecoat - Sata Jet 4000 HVLP 1,3 - regular cup
Clearcoat - Sata Jet 4000 RP 1,2 - PPS cup
Here is some amateur painting a cold day..Sikkens products.
Some of the video parts is missing to keep down the length of the clip..
The show must go on!
I havent updated you guys for a while, and I am sorry for that! But here it is, a BIG update and some preparation for a show! So today, I am polishing, painting and installing a few little details for an event in two days. Again, this is filmed in my garage, but I promise the next video will be out on the road! I really just need someone to hold the camera, rather than do this all at home on my own. Also, I have a few clips of the cars new Exhaust note included!!!
So, if you ever wondered what life was like in the day of me (which you probably haven't) here it is...
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240Z Upholstery Glue
Starting to put in the diamond vinyl and firewall insulator into the car. Reproduction parts used. For the tranny tunnel, used new jute then some 1/4" padding to flatten out the bumpyness of the jute. Underneath all of that is Lizard Skin, so it shouldn't get hot from the Exhaust.
How to Spray Paint a Car at Home Yourself (Aerosol)
See the Materials Used Here http://www.refinishnetwork.com/howto/video/how_to_paint_a_car_yourself.htm
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This video illustrates how to paint a car using only aerosol spray cans. It is best to use a spray gun where possible, however it is possible to paint a car yourself with an Aerosol Spray Can.
Tamiya Datsun 240Z painting
So with the Car build it was time to do work on the body. I figured I would keep it simple. This is my first drift car and figured I would be replacing the body soon. I like the LED and the detailing in the body. This is a nice change from my Monster truck bodies