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Old 02-16-2011, 01:56 PM   #51
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I figure I have the perfect flat black base coat for a faux-tina when this coat starts to wear.
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Old 02-16-2011, 02:02 PM   #52
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let me know if you need a hand jimmy.im over here in west linn.soon to be in sherwood.much bigger shop.
You got it! When are you relocating? I'm in Murry Hill, so not too far away. I won't be doing it until the weather gets a bit warmer (huge flakes this morning, good thing it didn't stick) and I get the rust holes patched up.

But if nothing else, I'd like to see yours in person and get some feedback.
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Old 02-16-2011, 03:40 PM   #53
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I think that looks CQQL
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Old 02-26-2011, 04:43 AM   #54
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Not much to it.we started by sanding with 320.didnt even blow it off after.then the first coat was black put on with a brush.(yes a home depot paint brush).second coat we mixed orange and black to make brown.we put it on with a roller (yes a home depot roller).we put too coats.second coat was mainly on the hood and roof and bed rails.(nice and thick) third coat we sprayed the blue with a harbor freight gun.fourth coat we used white header spray paint and sprayed it from far back just misting it.after it was dry we started wet sanding with 1000 grit for a long time.you need to take your time and only break through the layers that you want.if you push to hard you will find bare metal.the slower you go the more first layer (black) you can find.after your happy with it you take some red scotch brite pads and hit the whole thing.this will take the sheen from the wet sanding away.hope this helps.we used duplicolor from napa.
Hey Chizzler, would you mind if I used your truck as an example on the Photobucket section? I wanna do my truck like yours but with different colors. My seats are tan so I was thinking brown as the top coat and black as the base coat coming through. Or if somebody has an opinion on something they think would look better I'd love to hear it, I'm partial color blind and not that great at matching colors up so not real sure how good it'll look.
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Old 02-26-2011, 05:18 PM   #55
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I posted this up many times wish i had more photos. I am really not into the fake patina stuff but when i had my truck the body shop painted it red oxide primer and I ended up not liking the color. So I primered it all black and left the top part white. After sometime I missed the orange color and tried sanding it down and got to tired to finish the sanding and it ended up like this. Wish I had more pictures of it but got lost when comp crashed.
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Old 02-27-2011, 01:38 AM   #56
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You got it! When are you relocating? I'm in Murry Hill, so not too far away. I won't be doing it until the weather gets a bit warmer (huge flakes this morning, good thing it didn't stick) and I get the rust holes patched up.

But if nothing else, I'd like to see yours in person and get some feedback.
going to be moving in about a week .stay in contact.
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Hey Chizzler, would you mind if I used your truck as an example on the Photobucket section? I wanna do my truck like yours but with different colors. My seats are tan so I was thinking brown as the top coat and black as the base coat coming through. Or if somebody has an opinion on something they think would look better I'd love to hear it, I'm partial color blind and not that great at matching colors up so not real sure how good it'll look.
feel free to use as photobucket,keep us posted.
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Old 02-27-2011, 11:37 AM   #57
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I think you have a great looking truck as it is, why not just color sand the hood only and reclear it, or you could sand it down, fix it, and then reshoot the basecoat and then clear it, you could learn body work and probably end up with a nice looking paint job.


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This is my truck as of today. The PO did a good job at sanding unevenly. The result is odd rough spots. He also repaired some sheetmetal in the cab like a true amateur. So the pipe dream of show truck is out the window (not that it would have ever happened, haha)

Its also chopped down (it was a long bed).










So i was thinking a faux job might look okay, if I took my time and did it right. Do any of Y'all have tips?
How would it look to take it down to the sheet metal in places and do a diesel oil finish? I'm just rattling off ideas here.

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Old 03-01-2011, 10:50 AM   #58
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Here ya go Chizzler, this is what they came out with. May just be me but I think it looks pretty dang sharp! Definitely gonna go this route!
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Damn, I love it. I need to get my interior done before I do too much more on my paint. But I might paint the bed I got since it's mostly bare metal now.
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Hell yea, its pretty kick ass! It'll be a while before I can paint mine like this but I've already started on the black base.
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:21 PM   #61
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Here ya go Chizzler, this is what they came out with. May just be me but I think it looks pretty dang sharp! Definitely gonna go this route!
That looks pretty slick, Chizzler. Good color choice, Miller.
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Old 03-01-2011, 04:22 PM   #63
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Miller92, thanks for posting the big bad brown version of Chizzler's ride. That is darn near spot on what I want to do to my '65. Perhaps with the brown just a shade lighter, kind of like this:
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No problem Roadster. The light brown looks pretty good too!
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:09 PM   #65
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Nice work miller,lakeroadster they both look good.the great thing is if you dont like it just sand and start over.post some pics.
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Yes I know I'm in the wrong generation but you guys have the best patina!!

Here's mine the way i found it and after some CLR and a handy dandy piece of scotch brite:

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My 66'. I love the Patina looking ones!!
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I think Chizzler's truck is a good example of a well done faux-tina paint job. It seems like it should be easy to do but a lot of times they just look a little "off". The truck they did on "Trucks!" looked ok but I think they went too far with it. It looked better before they started adding the white and silver.
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I think Chizzler's truck is a good example of a well done faux-tina paint job. It seems like it should be easy to do but a lot of times they just look a little "off". The truck they did on "Trucks!" looked ok but I think they went too far with it. It looked better before they started adding the white and silver.
They showed that truck briefly last weekend (they are rebuilding the 6-er on it) and the shot they chose made the truck look absolutely horrible. I hope to see more of it; at first I liked it but that last time I saw it looked VERY bad.
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Here ya go Chizzler, this is what they came out with. May just be me but I think it looks pretty dang sharp! Definitely gonna go this route!
I like it brown, Looks awesome!
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Damn, it was the wrong one all together? OK, that is a whole new level of suck.

<edit>This is a favorite of mine. I think I have talked myself into doing my truck, only following the existing patina pattern.

I'm lovin this trucks O.G.ness!!
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I think Chizzler's truck is a good example of a well done faux-tina paint job. It seems like it should be easy to do but a lot of times they just look a little "off". The truck they did on "Trucks!" looked ok but I think they went too far with it. It looked better before they started adding the white and silver.
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I REALLY DIDNT DO ANYTHING DIFFERENT THEN THE SHOW.I TRIED TO SAND MORE WERE THE SUN WOULD HIT IT.IT STARTS LOOKING BETTER EVERY TIME I WASH IT.THAT BROWN MILLER AND LAKEROADSTER DID WOULD BE MY NEXT ATTEMPT AT IT.THANKS ALL
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