Here is the final look of the Mustang Rustoleum Roller Paint Job Project car. So far I have about $700 in this cool convertible. What I had in the Geo Tracker $450 bought at the auction $50 for an alternator $50 in paint and supplies and another $50 for misc. Bought the wing for $40 at a local junkyard. Came off a 1987 Firebird. $15 for a caliper and $15 for a couple cans of clear coat. I should be able to get $1500 for it come tax time.
50/50 mix on $600 mustang project
lol....yes, another video of my $600. 1991 Mustang project....got brave & tried
the 50/50 mix on my $27. rustoleum safety red paint job...adding some cheap
TRIUMPH STAG HANDPAINTED WITH COMBICOLOR RUSTOLEUM AND A ROLLER
Handpainted with several ordinary domestic gloss roller, a Triumph Stag.
Paint is custom mixed carmine red oil based Combicolor Rustoleum. no
orange peel after colour sanding. 2 years on: No fade, no chips, and a
shine to die for. Cost? About £250 including all materials. Could be done
cheaper, but I'm a perfectionist. Done a panel at a time in a small garage
attached to house ( which I why I could not spray ). No smell, no hassle
from wife. Front panel shows paint color sanded with 1500 grit before
polished with Meguiars DA electrical orbital polisher.
Rustoleum Roller Paint Job Done On The Cheap $50 1985 Mustang Convertible 5.0
Here you'll learn how to paint a car for less than $50. Dubbed the
Rustoleum Roller Paint Job. Here's the supplies you'll need:
1-2 Quarts Rustoleum Gloss Paint (Your choice of color)
Gallon (or less) Mineral Spirits
A couple sponge foam paint brushes and / or bristle brushes
4 inch Foam Roller set.
Mix the Rustoleum and the mineral spirits at a 75% to 25% ratio. Or, 3
cups rustoleum, 1 cup mineral spirits. Mix together and roll on. If your
looking for a better finish, you'll spend more time putting on more coats.
If that's what your wanting, make the ratio approx 60 / 40.
This is what my Mustang
looked like before and after a single coat of 75 /25 mix. I'll need to
apply a second coat. Then it should be finished. Quick, cheap and easy.
Tomorrow I'm laying down new pinstriping and taping off the hood for a
stripe to go down the middle.
Latest $50 Cheap Paint Job Rustoleum Roller 1997 Chrysler Sebring Convertible
Here is my latest $50 paint job. Gloss Black Rustoleum Roller job on a
1997 Chrysler Sebring Convertible. Behind the Sebring is my 1989 Ford
F-350 that I also did a rustoleum roller paint job on also. They both look
so much better than they did before. Got the Sebring by trading for my
1997 Chevy Cavalier LS. Had to do a few fixes to the Sebring like an
intake manifold gasket, it had a vacuum leak and idled high. Fixed that
and now it runs great. Still need to replace the passenger lower ball
joint though. Have @ $700 in it now. Sell it for @$1200.
EF Sedan $50 PaintJob
finished my Rustoleum roll on paint. smoke gray, 4 days 5 coats. total cost
heres my thread when i got started page 44
heres the actually $50pb thread where everyone post their works
and heres the procedures i used
my collection of $50 pj's
"Rust-Oleum" Paint Job Day 1
After reading about this technique from the Moparts forum, I decided to
finally give it a try.
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The McLaren P1 Test. On Road and Track - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
Chris Harris drives the new $1.2 million McLaren P1 at the Yas Marina Grand
Prix circuit in Abu Dhabi UAE. Before taking to the track at night, Chris
Harris chats with Chris Goodwin, the Chief Test Driver for McLaren
Automotive to discuss the technology of McLaren's latest offering, perhaps
the definition of the modern day hypercar.
Fair warning, the McLaren Chris Harris drives in this video is the XP7, the
pre-production prototype for P1. The car has had a long life over the past
15 months, driving around the world and clocking over 40,000 hard miles.
Rustoleum Roller Paint Job Final Coat and Finished 1991 Chevrolet Extended Cab 1500
Put on a 4th and final coat on Tuesday night and let it dry. Tore all the
masking off at noon Wednesday and put it all back together. Still need to
finish with the aluminum flashing put on the foamed in areas by drilling
holes though then screwing it on. So, here is how this story goes. Got
this truck less than a week ago on a Thursday for $900, brought it home and
sanded it down. Waited a few days tell Sunday so I could have a few
friends over to paint it quickly on the first coat. Painted a second coat
Monday late. Then a 3rd Tuesday morning and finally a final thin coat on
Tuesday evening. 4 coats all together. Truck looks infinetly better than
before. I used @$100 in material to paint and am ready to sell for $1500.