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    November 2005
Gotta ?
Posted by Anonymous on Monday, November 3, 2003 12:03 AM
I know this is prob on here somewhere but must have overlooked.Ive read everywhere here that people are using future but everyone seems to be using it with acrylics,is this stuff safe for enamels.I just want to be safe since this 68 camaro im working on has taken up alot of time since ive scratchbuilt so much stuff on this thing its crazy.Its the AMT 68 and its only buildable as the street version of wich i think looks...well...you can fill in the blanks.
Scratchbuilt:
Hood,Suspension(75% mostly that is),hood tach,extra interior gauges,roll cage.Not to mention the amount of $$$$ ivE spent on other parts and kits.
Took motor from AMT's 72 Chevelle SS(454)
Rims from revells 32 ford 3 window
Misc parts from the heavy chevy and Amt's 68 Shelby
Plus the PE and resin stuff,Racing Harnes,Hood Pins,Pulleys,Braided lines,Moroso Big Block Valve Covers,Carb,Sparco Seats,BF Goodrich Tires,Super Coils,SS Grill w/no lights(the blackout 1) and prob a few other parts i cant remember right now, and still have to build up some rotors and calipers and a few other things.
Wheew,that ? turned into alot more than i meant,sorry bout that...hopefully i get a digital camara soon to post some pics.
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    November 2005
Posted by Anonymous on Monday, November 3, 2003 12:26 AM
i would love to see that!!!!


I just got done with my Fiat, and i painted it with Clors by Boyd Enamel..... Then sprayed it with Future, and there were no i'll effects...... other then the paint job lookin so so cause it came from a rattle can, the future help out abit......


So..... as far as i'm concerned, the answer to your question is yes future can be used with enamels......
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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, November 3, 2003 12:46 AM
thx, i always try to keep the philosophy(spell check needed..lol)better safe than sorry,especially since ive been rubbing out the paint for about a week now,DO NOT WANT TO START OVER..lol.this is by far gonna be my best build yet..almost 2months if not that into the build as it is.but yeah ill try and borrow a digital and take a few pics to post.
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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, November 3, 2003 2:52 AM
Wow sounds like an awesome project! Looking foward to seeing some pictures!
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    July 2003
  • From: Dahlonega, Georgia
Posted by lizardqing on Monday, November 3, 2003 9:33 PM
Yea you sure can't leave us hanging with no pics after that description of your build. Sounds like an awesome looking car.
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