[Spridgets] Opinions wanted

Linda Grunthaner grunthaner at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 04:21:26 MDT 2010

Is there any way you can start with the black stripe first then see what she
looks like before doing the rockers? You may like it fine with just the
black stripes but you may see something still missing then you can ad the
black rockers. Sounds like a cool project too bad I've been sick with a
nasty sinus infection and out of work most of the week or I'd love to take a
trip and see the progress. Please post picts soon.
PS Cool "thinking green" too!

On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 9:52 PM, Frank Clarici <spritenut at comcast.net>wrote:

> I just painted the $50 Midget in Harvest Gold, an original 70s Midget
> color. And a special THANK YOU to Bill Gilroy for the gallon of paint.
> Now that it is all mustard yellow, what are your opinions to painting the
> rocker panel black as they were originally?
> I personally never liked that look but this car may need something to kill
> some of that mustard taste it leaves in you mouth.
> I think I'm going to do a black rally stripe on it too, I ma just not sure
> about the rocker panel.
> It will be a 68 Midget when it's all done and the rockers were body color
> in 1968.
> As of this date, the total investment in the project is $200 and that
> includes the price of the car.
> Those dented rusty fenders Jay gave me are now all patched up and look just
> perfect on this car.
> For those who do not know, I am endeavoring to make a show worthy good
> running, safe Midget on a $500 budget. And that includes the cost of the car
> ($50 off Ebay) using all my extra parts from previous parts cars.
> This will help clear out the garage, make a good Midget out of useless
> stuff, and keep the planet green by recycling all this junk.
> --
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ
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