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    Default broken bumper and stone chips

    my day in pictures,lol.
    fixed the vectras ****ed bumper,fixed the stone chip damaged it had,and fixed the chips outa the door mouldings.looks great now,all in time for loudin
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    ready to paint

    in basecoat

    laquered

    done

    and built up.

    just gota flatten and polish it now

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    Nice work mate

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    Another top job ......................

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    very nice job m8...nice one hope you had a mask on for the laquer pics,looks a bit foggy in the booth

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    Looks good mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morephun View Post
    very nice job m8...nice one hope you had a mask on for the laquer pics,looks a bit foggy in the booth
    ye always mate!was just a bit over eager for taking a pic.lol

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    A very good days work there,looks like new

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    what do you use to flatten the paint with ive used 1800 grit then spent ages polishing it??

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    1800 then 2500 then 4000 will make machining easier.

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    where could i buy 2500 from and 4000 ? ive never seen it before since im blending in to old paint work will i need to flatten the old paint work abit to get it to blend in??

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