Just Joel Posted February 1, 2011 Report Share Posted February 1, 2011 All right paint gurus... I've been working on the body of my goon off and on for a while now, working out small areas and rattle can priming as I go. The time has come to push the car out of the shop in preparation of building the motor. My question is, how should I top coat the primer to protect the repairs from the weather until the day the car gets painted (years from now)? Should I just find a red paint the looks close to stock color, or is there a rattle can primer/sealer product that I can trust against the weather? Keep in mind that I live in the high desert and moisture is low and rust is almost a non issue. Thanks Joel Quote Link to comment
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