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Thread: Fenders and hood off or on when painting?

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    Default Fenders and hood off or on when painting?

    So usually I install the panels or have them on stands when I paint a lighter color (silver blue), but I'm thinking of painting them separate this time. It's on a 68 Bronco. I'm trying to think of a good way to paint them on the Bronco, but it just doesn't look real easy.

    Have you guys painted a Bronco and how did you do it? Thanks

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    on a bronco i would leave the hood off so i could spray the inside fenders at the same time

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    I already painted the engine compartment and the inside of the Bronco.




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    Honestly, this is a hard call. My classic car I drive every day was painted together and I have never regretted it. There is a little line on the door jamb, big deal. And if I wanted to I could cut and polish it out. But I just drive it with a smile on my face.

    Brian

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