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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    damn it looks hott

    just got done painting my 75 vega and i love it i did it 2010 camero green(synergy green) and looks great. i could of spent more time on the body work and got it perfect ...... but hell... its a damn 35 year old drag car...... lmao
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    pics !!!!!!!!!!

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    lol... i forgot to take any before i left the shop.... i had a lil buzz going from the fumes all day ops: i'll get some up 2morrow
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    woooow man beeeeen thhaere befoooor :lol:

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    sanded and ready for primer


    got the base color laid on her



    was down pouring yesterday...... too much humidity to do the clear
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    looks good
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    Looking good. Any graphics or stripes planned? When I painted my Vega yellow it was too yellow. Needed the color broken up alittle. Looked like a lemon wedge!! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by fla1976
    Looking good. Any graphics or stripes planned? When I painted my Vega yellow it was too yellow. Needed the color broken up alittle. Looked like a lemon wedge!! :lol:
    lol.... yeah i hear ya! i got 2001 prowler orange and im gonna paint a racing stripe the with of the cowl for sure and maybe something on the sides but not sure yet :wink:
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    Looking good! I was always told that green was bad luck for racing. But that said i was at Palm Beach International Raceway last weekend for superchevy with my nova racing and in the finals for the true street class was a green wagon and a green nova. Well as for green being bad luck i like it and good luck racing.

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    I say since it doesnt have any clear over it yet why not put the graphics under the clear too? It will make it smoother in that aspect.

    The car looks good tho. I really like that Snergy Green that they are putting on the new Camaros.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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