Satin painted hood...

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  1. dancap3286

    dancap3286 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg here's a couple of quick snaps of my satin black painted hood done by my body guy. Did not like the way my wrap was wearing. Was bubbling up in sections, scratches, niks and stains in a few places. Decided to go with an epoxy base satin. Looks real good imo. Will see how this wears in the future.
     
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    TheBeaSSt Senior Hellcat Member

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    I think that looks freaking great!
     
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    Your guy did a great job
     
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    "Supercharged" badges set it off.
     
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    Looks very nice
     
  6. dancap3286

    dancap3286 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg Here's a couple more that i took in Long Island City today after a fresh coat of liquid glass.
     
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    Dan......looks sick. Think of it this way....worst that can happen is it fades or sheen goes away and you reshoot it in a few years. If I can ask what did it run to shoot the hood in satin?
     
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  8. dancap3286

    dancap3286 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    700$ that included removing the wrap as well and the sc badges. I supplied the sc badges, my guy just put them on.
     
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    GreenGoCat Senior Hellcat Member

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    yah thats a great price for everything. Looks awesome!
     
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    Can you wax the Satan finish?
     
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    dancap3286 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    No wax, just soap and water. Use a leaf blower and a very soft chamois or microfibre towel to dry.
     

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