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Does SEM make this paint everyone is using in different colors?
Yes but generic shades in spray cans, like shadow blue that will cover hundreds of models from the different mfgrs. If you need something like Chrylsers 67 metallic red for interior vinyl you would have to have the paint vendor custom mix it in a quart rts.
this is rustolieum satin black , came out very nice. this cost me $3.99 to restore.
I use these guys. They have a full selection of MOpar paint in cans. http://www.totallyautoinc.com/ Go to the parts page
x2 on the rust-oleum black textured. It was a little hard to get the texture even but some light finish misting helped that. Nates68
That is good to know. My interior is RED but I don't believe anything in it is a metallic. My dash is a Flat Red Color with the bumps in it. I want to match it as close as possible. View attachment phpBiGjdZPM.jpg View attachment phpGFeEk4PM.jpg View attachment phpnzva3IPM.jpg
There is a bright red and metallic red in the vinyls . Bright red and medium red carpets too. The metallic vinyl looks a bit like what GM calls firethrorn. Both vinyl colors have the same shade of red on the dash steel, etc.. Color can be deceiving in pics but... most of your vinyl does look metallic red to me. Either way you will need a different paint for your dash steel from whats everywhere else.
Any flaws in the dash cap ? If not, wanna sell it ?
The dash pad was in perfect condition and 1967 original until I cut out for the cage dash bars 2 Days ago. I am not a purist as you can tell. View attachment php1P4hThPM.jpg View attachment phpMrqhnSPM.jpg
Breaks my heart. Good luck with it though
dan, man that dash looks smoking. my favorite color too...awesome!rayer:
I agree with using SEM products. I used SEM hotrod black on the dash of my 66. It is a almost a matt finish single stage paint and is easy to lay down,
The Rustoleum your using. Is it for, plastic, metal, and vinyl??
Yes. Semi gloss looks hideous