Yes thats been where my mind has been at light bright Orange similar to Vitamin C with a white interior black carpet. Kinda like a creamsicle yum.One more vote for orange, it looks great on 70 sat/rr/GTX. In the early 80s as a kid in Phoenix, on my way to/from school I would pass a house with an orange 70 RR in the driveway. Great looking car.
You have until mid April before the 100 degree days, right?Hoping to shoot it before it gets hot here. Will need to move up the pace to make that happen……
Hey Ron ... Just pulled her from the paint booth last weekend. She's getting a final buff and polish and then my daughter and I will begin putting everything back together again. Maybe done by summer.Thanks Jim! Just noticed your comment. How are you doing and how is your car coming along?
Ron, I don’t recall if you’re spraying a metallic but I know that I am not skilled enough to spray a metallic car in pieces and make it look right. The particles lay down differently when you spray a fender or good laying flat.Wondering if when I paint if I should disassemble and shoot separate or assembled and over the gasket?
Thanks KD not going to do a metallic. Going with VitamineC. Should be an easy color and one I think looks good on the 70 bbody.Ron, I don’t recall if you’re spraying a metallic but I know that I am not skilled enough to spray a metallic car in pieces and make it look right. The particles lay down differently when you spray a fender or good laying flat.
Non metallic colors seem to turn out fine either together or apart.
For your car, with all this work you’re doing, the extra time to paint it separate will pay off. Color change jobs sometimes result in unpainted areas when the car is painted whole. The forward parts of the door jambs, inside the trunk and the inner wheel wells often get too little coverage.