wheel well work

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by HuevosRanchero, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. from grunge to clean ..to black is beautiful!!

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    [ February 27, 2007, 07:56 PM: Message edited by: HuevosRanchero ]
     
  2. As Is '66

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    You GO Boy!!!
     
  3. doorguy58

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    looks great!!
     
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    I did the same with my wheel wells when I was redoing the front end, I did use flat black and not gloss.
     
  5. believe it or not..its wet paint.. [​IMG] it was still a little wet....its a Krylon super anti rust semi flat... looks MUCH flatter today.. :D
    wanted to clean things up before putting the 17s on the front.. its like wearing speedos... shows too much..
     
  6. oh and just for info... it takes a can per wheelwell for 3 coats..
     
  7. MaryT

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    Betcha that took alot of time too! Great work, well worth it [​IMG]
     
  8. a good 4 hours work per wheel well from start to finish..thanx...and yep those ARE the original ball joints.....i believe...riveted into place.. the uppers look good the lowers look..uhhh like poo ;)
     

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