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Powder paint

Talked to my dad today about the powder paint. He isn't real interested in
doing one or two pieces at a time because of the time involved. However, he
is sending a powder paint gun to me so I will probably be able to get tooled
up for doing small runs for a reasonable price. If there is any interest in
this, please e-mail me with a description of the parts you want done, the
color desired, and the time frame you would like the work done.
  Regarding getting just the paint, he said that there is no way he knows of
to apply the paint yourself because the paint has to be fluidized by pumping
air through the paint from the bottom, and it needs to be electrostatic
charged to make it stick to the part.  Since it is baked on, only metal
parts are feasible.

               Michael Loeks
               '86 5kcstq - Red w/ Fuchs/D60A2 wheels 1.8 bar boost
               '86 5kcstq - Grey w/ stock wheels/Comp T/A HR4 1.8 bar boost
               '84 Ford F350 dually flatbed(NOW we're talking utility)
               Warren, Oregon