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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-19-03, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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cool Blueprint paint and bodykits?

Anybodies out there in this wide yonda know what the rpice difference may cost for a re-spray job of say venom red and blueprint on an EA? Or compared to just a normalish red?

Then anybody got any pics of sweetish EA/EB/ED's with bodykits? Im searching for idea's?

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Re: Blueprint paint and bodykits?

check out this tread
i got my car sprayed in blueprint
and got a scorcher body kit
email me for pics
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Re: Blueprint paint and bodykits?

To give you an idea on things spraying a car is charged on an hourly rate depending on the colour.
first you have got solid colours which comes in 2 groups
primary solids which are your blues,reds,yellow blah blah
secondary solids which are your greens,purple,orange, ect
Then you have got metallics which is charged at a higher rate than solids.
primary metallics and secondary metallics and you have also got 3 layer pearl metallics.

So there is no difference in cost to paint venom red to say monza red but if you were to go blueprint because it is a metallic it would cost a bit more.

I hope all that made sense and I am not a spraypainter I am a panel beater so dont flame me if I said something wrong

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