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DIY Paint Job on a C10 truck

When it comes to the final gleaming product in front of you that you see you at your ...

When it comes to the final gleaming product in front of you that you see you at your local car show, it’s not always as easy as it might seem to get that shine. With the paint that is nice and finished, going along with all of the small touches that bring a vehicle together in such a way to make it look like it’s as new as it was when it came from the showroom floor, most of the time, getting a surface like that isn’t as easy as keeping it cleaned and waxed. Many times, with older cars and trucks, it requires a little bit of restoration in one way or another which again requires a lot more detail than you might think.

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This time, though, we dive into the DIY of painting your truck yourself. Now, hear us out for a minute because on the surface, it definitely sounds like something that most people would never try to do, a hack job of sorts, however, when you dig into it in just the right way, there’s a good chance that, with a careful hand, you might come out with a pretty decent result. Now, it probably won’t be perfect but for the budget you’re going to spend, this one might be an option that you might want to consider depending on what your project is.

If you follow along in the video below, you’ll get a few helpful tips as to how you might want to go about spraying paint yourself. At the end of the day, stuff like this is what really makes hot rodding interesting to see how exactly you can get to that end product perfect in your very own way. After watching something like this, would you ever paint your own ride, would it be something that you would ever consider?

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