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Hydrodipping Black Plastic in the Engine Bay


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I was just trying to clean up the last bare vestiges in the engine bay; and got back my covers ...








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Old 02-10-2017, 12:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Hydrodipping Black Plastic in the Engine Bay

I was just trying to clean up the last bare vestiges in the engine bay; and got back my covers over the radiator and head light assemblies from Hydrodip shop.
**Then, I didn't like that last little bit of black plastic trim attached to the nose, that I did not want to disassemble.
ON IT, I spotted some stray speckles of body color that had strayed while I was air brushing my hood lines. **And this was despite the fact that I had used VRT treatment heavily in keeping them black!
And, it wouldn't rub off!

Soooo....I degreased the area, taped of, and put two light dustings of body color, then dull clearcoat. (That will be the last picture)








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