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Looks like an orange on a stick.

EDIT: That may come across as harsh/rude but it's not meant to. Go with whatever floats your boat, it's just that for me I wouldn't touch something like this (as I wouldn't go near a pink Blubba driver)

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hi i work in the auto industry so not as easy as it looks,but i stripped clubbed to bare metal keying all areas to be painted,then fine line mask all areas not to be painted after this etch prime bare metal,then painted base coat white let dry then apply ford electric orange pearl base coat, let dry fine line ares to put white on rear, after all that coat three times with super durable lacquer polish if needed job done

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Originally Posted by jamiesmith900

hi i work in the auto industry so not as easy as it looks,but i stripped clubbed to bare metal keying all areas to be painted,then fine line mask all areas not to be painted after this etch prime bare metal,then painted base coat white let dry then apply ford electric orange pearl base coat, let dry fine line ares to put white on rear, after all that coat three times with super durable lacquer polish if needed job done

No way I can manage that.  Yours looks professional though.  Nice work.

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I'm a Browns fan (yeah, yeah - I know we stink)... So I kind of like the paint color scheme myself!  GO BROWNS!!

Also, I bet you could get some interest if you worked with these guys on incorporating their decals into your paint jobs.

http://www.mytrueaim.com/

I would imagine there are a number of Trueaim users - who would like to have their 'temporary' decal - permanently painted onto their driver by a nice professional paint job service like you're providing?  Sounds like a business to me! :D

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Hi great idea, could do alsorts had a few people asking if i can do  there team colours and decals lacquered in to there clubs and its very possible i know you can get skins but there nothing like a good paint job that lasts thanks again!!

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