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post #11 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2004, 06:21 PM
 
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Re: Colors....

Anyone have a good source for Touchup paint? I gotta keep mine from rusting where the paint chips.....

Got a little peeling paint here and there......
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Re: Colors....

Probably based on "market research" which showed that the particular color you don't see much of doesn't get sold in whatever area your in.

It's like ZR2's. For a while you couldn't get one in CA unless you ordered it. Now they're all over the place.
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the dealership has touch upopaint that is (shocking i know) the right color. i odnt know how much it costs sicne i got mine for free last tiem i ws i nthere, but they have it
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Re: Colors....

yah, the stealer sells a little nail polish sized bottle for like $20+ if i remember correctly, but that was a long time ago. We've got 2 bottles of it in the garage, but tehy're all goo-ed up. Mine is the 3rd FSC with white paint , haha
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Re: Colors....

I've read the best way to do it is get a VERY fine fine artist brush, very soft small tip, and LIGHTLY dip it in the touch up paint, and dab it on the chip, let dry and do it again, the idea is to use a few small thin layers rather than a big ugly one.
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