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Dash Paint

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I remember the local PPG store mixed my bumper spray paint with that red button on the bottom to release the activator? Guess I could've went there today and had it mixed 30% gloss but Im going to smooth the glove box door a little and Im really in no hurry, I think my car still has the original glove box light bulb, I pulled the Batt cable off before I took the door off, also looks like I have a set of his prints lol
 

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Thats a light scuff with 400, little too much orange peel I think?
 

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There is a video on YouTube to remove the lock. Looks pretty easy. Might help you. Just need a key and a wire of some sort.
 

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Paint was here when I got home from work, email said wouldn't be here till Wed 👍🙂, funny I had a dull black 69 383 4 spd Roadrunner in 1978 but it wasn't Soo Hot Rod black back then lol, Im taking the GB door to another body shop that I know the guy to fill this small ding in on Mon
 

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Been working a lot lately since it's starting to warm up again here in Fl. and put a new radiator cooling dual fan & shroud assembly for a Ford Windstar, 4,000 cfm and surprisingly fits really good so paint work went on the back burner lol
 
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