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Blue GMC 10-26-2021 08:23 AM

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With paint work coming what color are you thinking? Staying with lime green or another color.

gmcpainting 10-26-2021 09:49 AM

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Originally Posted by 69Tom (Post 8988161)
What color did you end up using?

For the base I got a can of Krylon “satin brown boots” and for the gel stain I went with Old Masters golden oak. For the clear coat I am using an Old masters Spar-marine varnish rattle can in gloss.

gmcpainting 10-26-2021 09:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Blue GMC (Post 8988412)
With paint work coming what color are you thinking? Staying with lime green or another color.

I am still undecided between some kind of orange and the lime green

Wide Open 08-24-2022 02:45 PM

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What's going on with Rusty? I've been offline for a while and don't see any updates since late last year.

Rich84 08-29-2022 09:00 AM

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He has another thread somewhere on here. He is going electric.

Wide Open 08-29-2022 09:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Rich84 (Post 9118166)
He has another thread somewhere on here. He is going electric.


Yeah I saw that but that’s for his 71. Dusty I think.

Don’t tell me Rusty has been kicked to the curb!

gmcpainting 08-31-2022 08:32 AM

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Hi everyone, it’s been a long year, sorry I haven’t updated y’all on Rusty. Rusty has not been kicked to the curb, I am in the process of getting body work and paint done. It has been at the shop for about 5 months now :( but I hope to have it finished within 2 months. Right now it’s almost prepped and ready for primer. I am going with the original Lime green by the way. I really do believe these old trucks have soul and character, Rusty turned right on after being parked for months. I can’t wait to show you all when it’s done with paint!
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Gregski 09-09-2022 09:37 AM

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Wow, he naked!

you can use a free product called IrfanView to rotate and save your pics prior to posting to ensure they turn out up right, it sucks that we have to do that but that's the iPhone world these days

gmcpainting 10-02-2022 11:56 AM

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They are finally starting to spray Rusty! I will upload some pics here in a minute, it keeps logging me out when I try to upload photos

gmcpainting 11-23-2022 03:54 PM

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down to bare metal…. Rusty is finally out of the spray booth, time to wet sand; buff and put it back together. Shout out to Gregski for really cleaning up the truck his hard work does not go unnoticed

gmcpainting 11-23-2022 03:59 PM

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It has been a long year with rusty down at da body shop since the end of March. Sorry, everyone for not keeping up with this thread, there has not been much to update… until now that ol Rusty is finally painted. I will be posting pics I have taken on my iPhone and analog point and shoot cameras.

gmcpainting 11-23-2022 04:04 PM

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69Tom 11-23-2022 04:06 PM

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Great color!


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