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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Before I type more...

    Can you get me a GREAT picture of the hood?

    For some reason, when I see the hood I see what looks like clearcoat and missing clearcoat.




    Stand in front of the car and hold your camera or phone high over the hood and take a shot looking down on the hood.


    Next, - e-mail me your phone number and a good time to call.

    mike.phillips@autogeek.net



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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Sorry, I should have mention that the hood (and a small patch on top of right fender) had some surface rust and exposed metal so I removed the rust and rattle canned it with Rustoleum professional enamel
    In regal red. It’s way brighter and shiner than the paint that’s on there but I’m glad to have the rust gone.

    Will get a good pic and email you my number. Thank you so much!

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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Quote Originally Posted by BrokenHero View Post

    Sorry, I should have mention that the hood (and a small patch on top of right fender) had some surface rust and exposed metal so I removed the rust and rattle canned it with Rustoleum professional enamel
    In regal red.

    It’s way brighter and shiner than the paint that’s on there but I’m glad to have the rust gone.
    Copy that.

    Knowing this, I don't need the hood shot.



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    Will get a good pic and email you my number. Thank you so much!

    Send me your shipping address too. I'm going to send you some BLACKFIRE One Step, my guess is a thorough buffing with this product will restore some color, depth and shine.

    Do you have an orbital polisher? If so, what do you have and what size backing plate?




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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Will do now, thank you!
    Yes I’ve been using this
    HONE Orbital Buffer, 15mm Long-Throw Polisher Machine for Car, 6"/850W Dual Action Polisher for Man Gift with Variable Speed Car Polishing. Amazon.com

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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Sorry, it’s a 6 inch plate

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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Great talking to you today!


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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    likewise! Really appreciate you taking the time! Excited to get back into the process now that I have some good guidance.


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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    THIS is what this community is all about!
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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    I'd love to see this car after it gets polished back up,,the non perfect "beater" cars that have been long neglected are kind of my favorites,,look forward to the pictures
    “I have trouble with names and faces, but I never forget a car.”

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    Re: Need advice - Oxidized Paint Correction on 1968 Dodge Charger

    Absolutely! this community has been extremely helpful and i just joined!
    Yes, will keep everyone updated with pics. Should be interesting!

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