1971 Ford Mustang Car Paint Kit - Maroon Poly #B
1971 Ford Mustang Maroon Poly #B
Featured in this listing is one full, unreduced gallon of the SlikBase classic basecoat, One full gallon of clear (multiple options to choose from), and all of the activators and reducers needed for them. This is a great value on a base/clear kit!
Our basecoat colors are available in rich, vibrant custom paint colors and cool classic factory colors for restoration and custom painting professionals. To learn more about our color options visit our article on car paint colors over here: https://www.thecoatingstore.com/car-paint-colors/ Most colors are available in convenient paint kits to help ensure you get the correct items and amounts designed to work with each other. We have auto paint kits sized appropriately for cars and motorcycles. To learn more about our automotive paint kits visit our article at https://www.thecoatingstore.com/paint-kits/.
*Always spray a test panel to confirm the color before using on your vehicle. Sorry, we do not offer recent color charts or recent photos of spray outs for this era of colors (nor does any other paint supplier). This series of colors is intended for those who want to restore their vehicle to the original factory color as they may have rolled off the assembly line over 40 years ago.
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The amount of paint needed for your project depends on a lot of factors including the color you choose, how much of the vehicle you are painting, your equipment and if you are painting in pieces vs assembled. Generally speaking, one car kit will handle the outside and jambs on a vehicle whereas two car kits may be need to do all the outside, inner fenders, firewall, underside of hood and deck lid, and inside trunk. We also sell a quart version of this kit called a "moto" kit which is useful if you may need more than a car kit but less than two kits.
Choose your reducer based on the temperature and the size of the object you are painting. Generally speaking you should use medium reducer up to 85 degrees then switch to slow when painting a car When painting a bike or other smaller object use fast reducer up till 75F then switch to Medium.
Like the reducer, you should choose your activator based on the size of the object you are painting and the temperature. Since this listing is for a car kit we'll assume you are painting a car and suggest using the standard activator for temps for temps from 65-90F and the slow at temps above 90F.
The type of primer you use depends on the condition of your vehicle. For application over bare (unpainted) metal we recommend our Oxystik 2K Epoxy primer to ensure best adhesion and corrosion resistance. While Oxystik does provide some filling and sanding, it does not fill and sand as well as our ChemFill 2K Urethane Primer Surfacer. ChemFill is applied over Oxystik to fill imperfections and can be sanded smooth. If your existing paint is in good shape already our Color Seal 2K primer sealer is a great choice to provide a good stable surface to apply your color layers over.
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Check local regulations before purchasing. Some areas require a "low VOC" automotive paint for compliance with new air regulations. The map below shows some known low VOC regulated areas in red. However, regulations change often so always check your local regulations before purchasing. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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Shipping is based on order total and orders over $400.00 will ship for free to the continental USA!. View our shipping map below for an estimate of how many work days it will take for you to receive your product. See the shipping chart below for shipping cost to the continental USA.