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2013.02.05 - Mustang (1) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (2) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (3) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (4) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (5) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (6) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (7) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (8) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (9) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (10) 2013.02.05 - Mustang (11)Today we spent some time on the Mustang painting the engine compartment and applying a spray in bed liner in the trunk. Picture one is where we left off on Friday. The engine compartment and trunk received a nice coat of epoxy as well as the rest of the body on Friday. The body also received several coats of slick sand. We did not slick sand the trunk or engine compartment because there was no need to do so. We can paint right over the epoxy with great results. You can see Chase applying the almost flat paint to the engine compartment and the inside of the rear body panel in pictures 3, 4, 5 and 6. Pictures 7 and 8 show the finished results. Pictures 9, 10 and 11 show the trunk after the bed liner. I think the owner is really going to like this. Its clean, tough and easy to maintain.

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Posted on February 5, 2013, in 1964 Mustang and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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