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  1. Hello, The automotive museum where I work recently received a donation of a piece by George Bartell depicting a Shelby Daytona Coupe in the pits at Sebring. I have reason to believe it is the original painting, but do not know for sure. The image was featured on the cover of Sports Car Graphic in June of 1964, but I can't find any other reference to the image. The piece is framed and has a receipt on the back of it from 1985 for the sum of $1,500. I could really use some more info and what kind of price to expect if we were to sell it on the museum's eBay store. The link to pictures of the piece is below: George Bartell Daytona Coupe - Imgur Thank you in advance.
  2. original acrylic painting of an old Dodge. Price is $395.00 framed, which includes shipping inside the US. If you are in the Old Fort North Carolina area come see it in the Arrowhead Gallery and Studios, in downtown Old Fort.
  3. Hi everyone - I thought I could pass along a helpful hint. If you are like me you do not like taking apart a car and the putting rusty parts back in it. About a year ago I bought a $70 gallon of chassis saver paint. Good product, but I found coverage terrible and cost per foot completely insane. Two weeks ago I ripped out the seats in my 52 Hornet to paint the floor. For the heck of it I went to my local farm store to see what they might have. They carried four colors of the rustoleum contractor grade - black, red, orange and brown. I bought a gallon of black for $29. This product is crazy good and the coverage is incredible. I ended up painting the seat frames too. The stuff absolutely will not scratch. I tried to do so with a screwdriver. I literally could not even make a scratch mark. After the project I tried to find out why I had not heard of it before. Nearly impossible to find data on it and it is not carried in any major retailer. The only thing I can figure is that it would completely end the 3.99 quart business they have. Anyway - thought you guys might appreciate a good tip - and, no, I don't work for rustolem or a farm store - haha!
  4. Mobile Work Station-Air Filtration System. Model #5410 purchased new from Shop-Pro Equipment. 2 years old and in very good condition. Extra filters included. Please call 208-755-3334 for additional information. Asking $9,000.00 obo Thank You. www.classicgaragellc.wordpress.com Revised Price and Posted a Picture Below.... Thank You, Brad 208-755-3334
  5. I am in the process of re-restoring my 1932 Pontiac Sport Coupe. Back in the late 70's I painted it with lacquer in my garage. Not a bad job but over 30 years has taken its toll and it now time to repaint with the proper original colors. I don't plan to do the painting myself this time. I am not shooting for Pebble Beach quality but do want a car that will show well in AACA events and local shows. For the most part the car will be a tourer and I also want something that is durable. I do have some questions of those of you who have been down this road lately. So here it is: 1) I have been told by some who value quality work that you can get a good job by taking the car to the commercial places like Maaco, Miracle, etc. if you do the prep and provide the paint. They are supposedly good at applying color but not great at prep. Anybody take this route before? Happy with it? 2) What was the paint system you used? 3) My plan was to strip the item, have them prime, I prepare the surface, they prime again(?), I do final surface prep, and then have them spray color. Does this sound like a good plan? 4) What did you use to strip the old paint? Chemical stripping or some type of abrasive blasting? Any help and feedback would be appreciated. Thanks, Rob
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