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  1. Classic Cougar Tech
    Looking to find the right paint for my 70 eliminator hood scoop. I'm using Sem exterior black on on all the trim. As I remember my first eliminator in 1970 it seemed to have a very flat ruff finish. You couldn't wax it, if you did the white wouldn't come off. Let me know. Best Mike Flowery Branch Ga
  2. Some assembly required

    Project was put on hold for years. Finally out of paint and ready to reassemble.
  3. Classic Cougar Bodywork
    I heard about paint rollers being used for applying rustoleum paint and i thought I could eliminate a bunch of sanding by spraying the paint instead. I started to today by spraying rustoleum white baremetal primer. It worked out great, I reduced the paint with thinner until it was like milk...
  4. General Cougar Discussions
  5. General Cougar Discussions
    So I have a 1973 mercury cougar that ive had for about a year and half now. Ive dumped ALOT of money into her and i think im about ready for paint, but before i do that i was curious, does any one have any cool resto mod ideas for the body before i paint and do you think a black and a gun metal...
  6. Classic Cougar Bodywork
    Hi Guys, Been awhile since my last post, but I have come to the bodywork stage of my rebuild. Can anyone recommend an auto body shop in Northern California (specifically Bay Area)? I am not looking for a concours winning paint job, but I want it done right and done once. I was just quoted...
  7. Parts for Sale
    Formula: 1989 FORD. B8912K Code 43 Hunter Green - Effect. ChromaBase. Mixed by City Paints in San Francisco 5/9/09. This is gorgeous paint. I have some left over. Easily 2 gallons. Location is the Bay Area CA but could ship. I paid $1,000 for 3 gallons. I'm selling the left over for $500...
  8. puting on the paint

    working on the paint this was painted on 01/01/2005
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