1967 Skylark GS400 trunk paint (splatter)

Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by Mr. Sunset, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. Mr. Sunset

    Mr. Sunset Platinum Level Contributor

    looking for the correct splatter paint for the trunk and where to get it. Eastwood has rattle cans 10 bucks each in black and aqua. is that right Black and aqua ?
  2. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    Yessir, that's correct.
  3. Mr. Sunset

    Mr. Sunset Platinum Level Contributor

    Thanks Nick, 3 cans ordered.
  4. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    The spray can stuff isn't worth using IMO, most if not all are water based, and simply won't hold up, spray with hotrod black urethane single stage or chassis black etc then turn the psi REALLY low on the paint gun and spray the aqua it will look OE correct be durable and last. Just go buy a body shop with a mixing machine and have them make some auqua say 10oz then have them cut it just a little with reducer you want it little more thick than you would normally use it. You can then topcoat it with some flat Clear and it will be even better off
  5. FJM568

    FJM568 Well-Known Member

    I've heard that GM still sells it in rattle cans. Or so I've been told.
  6. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Keith Bleakney

    I did mine with rattle cans around 1992, put a coat of non gloss clear over it and it is as perfect today as when I put it on.
  7. GS Spoken Here

    GS Spoken Here Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know if the AC Delco, GM splatter paint any better than other one's? Does it require clear over it.
  8. FJM568

    FJM568 Well-Known Member

    I was told it does not require clear.

    Here's a fresh GM gray w/white in my 66, no clear.

  9. steve covington

    steve covington Well-Known Member

  10. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Read other thread 67GS trunk paint. My way is best kept secret. I was told to do it this way by an olds fanatic who works for Colors inc. Who's 442 have been Big Trophy winners. And the paint is very durable! And smoother by hand. But splatter can be felt. I posted pic's. Flat urethane single stage very durable. And rubber mats wont damage paint.

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