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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 12:50 am 
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Soon Kevin sooon! lol You comin to Wagner this weekend? If so Ill try and have them for you then.


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Soon Kevin sooon! lol You comin to Wagner this weekend? If so Ill try and have them for you then.


I'm about 90% definite for sunday....

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What does a paintjob like that cost


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$50 if customer provides shell..$70 if I do. Thanks for taking interest.


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Wow, I guess that isn't all that bad but, I'm only 15 and my only income is mowing my Grandmoms lawn. Maybe if I did good in school I could afford it. Sorry.


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Its cool bro its not for everyone. lol Perfect example..ME!..I didnt want to pay somone to paint my shells so I did my own and it ended up turning into a hobby onto itself. However it justs takes me too much time to sell them for any less.


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Yea I don't really see the point in paying for a paint job. With my driving the body is only going be trashed within a week. Maybe if I had money to spair I would think differently.


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True and thats the case for alot of people. Thats really why its more of a hobby for me than a bussiness. If I dont sell anything for those prices, thats fine with me...gives me more time to race :)


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Can you recomend a decent but cheap airbrush. I already have an air compessor, I just need the gun.

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Iwata is the best...I think you can get an Iwata Revolution for 60-somthing dollars off of ebay. I use an Iwata HP-CS..however thats more like 160.


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As I was checking out airbrushes on ebay, I noticed the airhose was different from what I have. I have an airhose for a 80 gallon tank for painting cars and furniture. :-?

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You will need an adapter but it can be done....if you are going to use a larger tank you will need to be sure it has a pressure regulator and a moisture catch...probably does but a couple of things to be aware of....

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True Fire attempt.

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WOW!!!! All of them are great, but this one is sICK....

Nice work WhoMe!!!!!


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Thanks for the compliments Ray, here is the latest.

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