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Painting cab interior, Not much prep?

Discussion in 'Paint and Body' started by Cruiseomatic, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. Cruiseomatic

    Cruiseomatic Defining Insanity

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    Finally got a new cab at home for the price I wanted and even the right color-ish... Its Ford black but I want a matte/primer black look. Since, from what I can see, The base coat inside the cab looks fine still.

    Can I just clean it all down real well and shoot it with primer, sealer, and then hit it with color? Doesn't have to look exceptional just want the inside to match the outside. The ones I see with two different color paint jobs (inside/outside) just bug the hell out of me.

    I'm doing the inside with spray bombs. Don't need to spend big money for something no one is going to see and all its doing is covering the metal. I'm still on the planning stage of this currently. If anyone has a way to prep the current surface, I'm all for it.
     

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