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Allright guys,

Since I know that my woodrow will be the car I'm stuck with for a very long time (or a month), I've had pornographic thoughts of a night alone with it - just me, her, and a couple cases of the good stuff - black spray paint cans of varying shinyness.

I'm thinkin Satin body, flat within the wood trim inserts, gloss on the trim, and gloss flames to be applied like a maniac.

Drop it a couple inches, run Soft 8's, or a blacked out set of crappy SS wheels, or something else meanish. I'm normally NOT a big fan of "team blackout" - but this is one that's been in my head for at least 3 days now, which - if you knew my head - is like FOAR EVAR.

Anyhoo, in the spirit of my delusion - I know that there are MANY of us with some pretty bitchin black wagons, cept for big Paul of course. He was a retahd and sold his.

I know that there were a lot of pics lost in the crash too, so if this thread is an epic phale, then so be it - but otherwise - let's see what yas got and bring sexy back!


(Obviously, Morticia baby - here's your que to show yo thang!)
 

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You want black, here you go.






 

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I still miss that wagon...
 

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I've been thinking about using rustoleum semi-gloss black on the body, and replacing the wood with something like this:
http://cgi.ebay.com/DC--FIX--VINYL-...148QQcmdZViewItem?rvr_id=&itemid=400040975148
SOMEBODY out there makes this stuff in automotive grade. There was once a thread. Of course, now it's gone:(

And then a set of these:

Edit: Lawsy, thats a big pic!
It looks great in my head. I am far too broke to do it right now, so I give anyone else permission to do it first.:D
 

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I've been thinking about using rustoleum semi-gloss black on the body, and replacing the wood with something like this:
http://cgi.ebay.com/DC--FIX--VINYL-...148QQcmdZViewItem?rvr_id=&itemid=400040975148
SOMEBODY out there makes this stuff in automotive grade. There was once a thread. Of course, now it's gone:(

And then a set of these:

Edit: Lawsy, thats a big pic!
It looks great in my head. I am far too broke to do it right now, so I give anyone else permission to do it first.:D
nice wheels
 

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Wow, that laid nice and smooth. That thing would be pretty wild with a set of the smoothie wheels made for pt cruziers and wide whitewalls.
or these:


But I digress. I'd love to hear about how she did it. You know, prep, mixture of paint, type of rollers, ect
 

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Here's my black wagons. The Caprice still needs the trim painted and installed and probably some wheels but it's close.





 

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That's gonna be hot Womby and I REALLY dig the grille treatment. Kudos on the car, but I can't hold it in any longer. I has to ask. How in the emm EFF do you get that PIG of a JEEP to run 12's and look that bone stock?
 
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