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Rust Bullet
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How much rust bullet should I buy to cover the floor pans, deck under the rear seat, ceiling, and the underbody? Edit: http://www.rustbullet.com has many different sizes, should I get a couple quarts, or maybe the gallon size?

Steve



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sm3570;27769 Wrote:How much rust bullet should I buy to cover the floor pans, deck under the rear seat, ceiling, and the underbody? Edit: http://www.rustbullet.com has many different sizes, should I get a couple quarts, or maybe the gallon size?
Steve,
You need at least a gallon but i would buy the quarts..Much easier to use it that way & it will stay much better than a gallon can. Also keep the open can in a zip lock bag after use...Trust me on that ! I like the path you heading on your stang..One thing though is the c stripe..The angle of the front part should be more angled (not straight) & if you look at the boss, the top stripe ends at the edge of the door not past it . Try it that way it will look better for sure ! I've been super busy with the Camaro & I'm going to post some pics soons but I did the same thing with the blackout treatment It looks freaking awsome..I just sent the glass out for tint as soon as it's back & in I'll post some pics !


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Can't wait to see the pics Scott! Yah, after seeing Flatback's photoshop skills I'm pretty excited. I want to emulate the Boss c-stripe so I'll definately sweat the details when I do it.

Also, thanks for the Rust Bullet tips. I'm going to do the interior portions first, then when I scrape the underbody I'll buy a couple more quarts. Damn budgets! I just want to get the whole thing done at once! I'm impatient.

Steve



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like this


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Yeah, but I don't have the photoshop skills. It took me 15 minutes just to delete the background! LOL

Steve



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I think you're on to something... normally I'm not a fan of the blacked out treatment, but that photoshop is sharp looking!
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it's different and classy. Being a plain jane sportsroof, mine has way too much chrome for my taste so I'm swinging the pendulum WAY far in the other direction. My mind is made up, I'm doing it!

Steve



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Qcode351mach;27824 Wrote:Steve,
You need at least a gallon but i would buy the quarts..Much easier to use it that way & it will stay much better than a gallon can. Also keep the open can in a zip lock bag after use...Trust me on that !

x2! I haven't used nearly as much as I thought I would by now, and I've had to open the gallon can I bought 3 times now - to which the lid is starting to look rather ragged out.

Next time - quart cans. LOL!

Eric

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sm3570;27829 Wrote:Yeah, but I don't have the photoshop skills. It took me 15 minutes just to delete the background! LOL

Me eitherAngry
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