May 22, 2006 update to the Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV project car

Alfa Paint Work

To add some texture to the floor, we used a paintable undercoating.
We had the AR348 LeMans Blue paint mix in an acrylic enamel. It was then injected into this rattle-can. No muss, no fuss!
We painted the wiper valence using this paint, as it was still in primer when we bought the car. The paint matches pretty darn well.
The floors look awesome with this textured finish.

We had some of the acrylic enamel mixed up in the original AR348 Le Mans blue and sprayed it using Nason’s fill-in rattle cans. For $6 a piece (plus the price of the paint) these cans make jobs like painting the floor pans and rear panel very easy.

We had one quart mixed up and this filled eight cans. It’s took about five to do the floor pans, the valence and the rear license light housing.

We have an appointment on Wednesday to get the front and rear windows installed.

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