oldsaabguy at comcast.net
Tue Sep 9 21:35:35 MDT 2008
Yup.. go get vinyl ones. Most that I know who have painted them on
swear that "Next time I'll use vinyl."
On Sep 9, 2008, at 9:13 PM, Frank Clarici wrote:
> lindalnhvt at nhvt.net wrote:
>> I have a newly painted (today) leaf green bugeye. Before I start to
>> everything back on, I'm giving serious consideration to stripes,
>> wide ones
>> like the red on silver ones on an earlier post, but perhaps Old
>> White on the Leaf Green. My question is--- how do you get clean
>> edges? I
>> had someone paint Shelby stripes on my 66 Mustang fastback, and I
>> apply the tape, but I don't remember what kind if tape we used.
>> Also, if you paint the stripes, how do you rough up the new paint
>> where the stripes are intended to go?
> Kevin and I have stick on stripes that my Dad made.
> Mine are Oyster white (close to OEW) on a blue Bugeye,
> 5 years now and no problems with the stripes.
> With his vinyl, you spray windex on the body, position the stripes,
> a credit card to get any bubbles out, and when the windex is dry, the
> stripes are permanent. A heat gun is supposed to remove them if you
> change your mind.
> Let me know if you want to go this route, I'll give you his email and
> you can deal directly with him.
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ
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