Duplicolor makes a cast iron engine enamel. I've seen it at most parts stores. Maybe you could check it out in person and see if it fits the bill?
1970 Buick GS.....under resurrection
Eastwood has it too.
1932 Model 67S
1967 GS 400
1967 Sport Wagon 400
1967 GS 400 Convertible
1929 Model A Ford Pickup
1931 Model A Ford Deluxe Phaeton
1965 Corvette Coupe 365/4 spd
2006 Chevy SSR pickup
2007 Corvette Indy Pace Car replica
X2 - I purchased a bunch of them like Cast Blast, Eastwood etc but I found the best to be DE 1651 Duplicolor for Cast Iron. Seems to have the best look, others seem to off. For $5-$8 dollars try it out on some old parts and check the color.
- NOS GS - 400 Marker Lights - #910530
- NOS 69 Stage 1 Hood Emblems
- NOS AC Delco 12" Rear View Mirror 917492/916904
- Original 69 - Declo 6x9 Rear Speaker - 7290934
Glass bead-blast the parts and use VHT Flameproof Satin Clear (SP115). That's if bead-blasting is an option, and assuming you're painting cast iron parts. I've used it on a couple of suspension/steering components, and you can barely tell it's coated! It looks really glossy when it's wet, but dries a fairly dull satin.
John "Hutch" Skierka
'70 Skylark Resto- Era correct street machine buildup; panel paint and all . . .
'79 Roadhawk- 22,981 Miles ---Sold---
'76 Motion Camaro Clone - Brother is now the owner
I have used both the glass beading with satin clear coat method and Seymour Cast products with excellent results.
1967 Special Deluxe Hardtop Sport Coupe
1990 Reatta Convertible
2003 Thunderbird Convertible
2016 Hyundai Sante Fe Turbo Sport
Plastikote Rebuilders Cast Gray (available at many local APs) or Seymour Cast Blast. Hard to tell the difference between the two. Buying local avoids paying as much in shipping as the product costs.
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I don't know what your intended project is, but if you're looking to coat exhaust manifolds this stuff is easy to use and works great.......................http://www.eastwood.com/calyx-manifold-coating.html
It works just as well on brake parts such as master cylinders or calipers. It's kinda like finger painting in grade school or you can use a foam brush.
'67 GS 400 HT (a work in progress, almost done)(yeah right!)
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I got the por15 manifold grey...it's for my 71 ss rims...last color was to dark