Okay, many have asked to see the pictures, so here are a couple. Yes, it is shot straight from the rattle can, no runs, no drips, and a nice gloss. 20 years experience painting with rattle cans didn't hurt, and I took the whole thing apart as well!.
Tim I have to agree with Crow on that one. Those of you that haven't seen Tim's truck in person wouldn't believe what a good job he did on it. I saw it at the MELT and couldn't believe that it was out of a rattle can. It shows what a good job you can do when you take your time.
one tip i would give you is to buy one of those plastic spray-can triggers - like a little gun for spray cans. by teh end of my first can, my fingertips were hurting pretty bad (and were covered in paint!) good luck,
'87 4-Runner, 31's, Downey headers & 2.5" cat-back, Flowmaster, 3" lift, and locked.
'87 SPAMurai, 30's, 2" lift, to be locked soon.
Nice job. Yes the rattle can works great. I like rattle can. ;o)
I painted my last Land Cruiser FJ55 (which is a five door wagon) two tone Ivory and Forrest Green.
Did it in two days. We kept getting asked where we got our new paint job done. We told them it
was all rattle can and in the drive way. ) I would rather pay about 60 bucks painting a rig anyday
and that way when a tree or rock rakes some paint off I just pull in the drive way and paint it over.
Up keep isnt to shabby either.
Yep, nice job! I'm painting my Zuk project OD Green and from a spra can! I also have all my parts off the zuk! Kinda looks like a old military Jeep with out the doors and front windsheld, also took the targa off.