Yeah Milo, I know, but I can dream can't I .However, that is a nice 429/460, not a Cleveland.
If you want to go a step up from the "rattle can", the PPG mixing formula for 67-up Ford engine blue is number DAR13358 for acrylic enamel.Tim B said:It should be dark Ford Corporate blue, 224 is a good match. I ended up getting it mixed and it's almost the exact shade. Go to FoMoCo.com and do a search, it's been discussed there several times.
I really don't know about South Africa, but this paint code should cross to other brands (DuPont, Sikkens, Glasurit, etc.)72cat said:Art, thank you, I think I would prefer to go that route, we have a compressor etc, just been lazy lately taking stuff in to be done, instead of doing it ourselve, but thats a good idea, will also last longer. If I give that number to a paint place will they know what I am talking about?
Powder coating is a dry powder that is electrostatically applied to hot (450F) metal parts and instantly form a plastic coating on the metal.I see the red that the PO painted the engine was powder coated, well he has it listed in his notes as powder coated, any idea what that is, is it similar to epoxy coating?