i know of hot rod flats that is pretty cool paint
yeah!Jose-Aka-Pedro said:I have a pic but dont feel like uploading it. If someone else doesnt then I guess I will.
Do you want the pic?
Jose-Aka-Pedro said:Here, the only two I have are really Shitty.
Is this it?
BTW i'm pretty sure this paint job cost around 10grand...
yeah that's it. 10 grand? why so expensive? what kind of paint is it?
yeah I don't want to do that. My car needs a respray but I don't want to spend $3-5K. I just really liked that flat black...yeah no primer for meboosted S14.5 said:You will have to spray the flat black and they make a special clear to spray over it. If it was just a normal flat black car itd dirty as hell all the time and fading.
It's my car, 92 MR2...small car, I may not spray the hood and just get carbon fiber I have a couple small dings and a fender that's rippled = (jdmyo said:if im not mistaken i think its either dupont or house of color that makes a flat black paint its called hot rod black if u tell me what kind of car ure wanting to paint i can see if i can get a quote of it for ya just pm me and ill see what i can do
very true statement right there but you can have as much flattening agent as you would like to make a little different effect and it really isn't any more expensive than a normal paint job but you want to make sure the person doing the body work is very good because a paint job like that will show any bad body work alot.j-blood said:Add flattening agent to the clear. :wink: