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Dodge Magnum Detail
Topic Started: Mar 11 2018, 08:40 AM (375 Views)
Stangfreak
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Convertible
I find using this water based craft paint is extremely easy to detail these cars. Painting over plastic, it tends to chip and scrape off easily. Spraying with a matte clear cote protects and lasts.

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Them plain white surf boards were just plain ugly!!!

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daytime dave
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Compact
That looks great.
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Emptywallet
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Excellent improvement.
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diomakr
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that turned out really nice- I agree those plain jane boards are no go... I just pulled most of them off and used them elsewhere- never thought of trying to save the whole thing!
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