wow that looks really great. Smooth, no bubbles or specks!!!
how much did it cost for you to do it and what did you do to the fiberglass to get it ready?
We will be painting in spring but are hoping to get everything prepped and ready before winter.
Also, would you consider using this paint on the fibreglass cabinets and inside bits?
Ursula: sorry it takes me so long to reply, I'm trying to get it prepped before winter sets in...
Yes I am really pleased with the paint job, no runs either.
all in all it cost me about $150 bucks, 2 gals of paint (2 colors) couple of liters paint thinner, foam rollers and a foam sponge thingy on a stick, and wet/dry sand paper.
Yes you could do the inside parts, be sure to sand then first, my job was made easier because the external body was already sanded, but I did try out the front seat sections, but I was also pleased with the finish there too.
of course you have to sand all surfaces to be painted, but just rough enough to get the paint to stick. I used a little rotary and vibrating sander with 60 grit
the trick is in the thinning...almost like water, and the wet sand between every second coat.
I did post a link but if you google 69 charger, well just wait...
ok heres a link.
now that is one sweet looking paint job.
the top white. I will post pics tomorrow.