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10-19-2019 03:51 AM
bpalmer2003
painter near Chicago

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Originally Posted by 5.0id View Post
Anyone knows a good painter in the Midwest bf with reasonable prices! I tried painting it last year but got too much orange peel in garage so wanting it redone and a little body work done to straighten gaps.
Had mine painted about 40 miles west of Chicago at KDX customs. DAve York does amazing work. He only paints custom cars and has a great shop with reasonable prices. He's painted originals for Bobby Rahul, races cars, and everything you can think of. He's a hell fo a nice guy too! You can find photos of my paint journey on my build blog linked in my profile

Bryan
10-17-2019 03:27 PM
AMW
Midwest painter

Try Jeff at Celina Custom Auto, Celina, OH. They did an excellent job on my Mk IV.
10-14-2019 02:48 PM
Mustang Man Give Bob Roeder a shout at KR Motorsports in Nebraska perhaps? He painted our Cobra and has done a few others since...

5000 Rentworth Dr
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
(402) 310-4077

[email protected]

HTH...
Mark
10-10-2019 05:35 PM
JKleiner
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Originally Posted by CraigS View Post
Have you tried wet sanding w/ 600-800-1000 paper to reduce the orange peel?
Way too aggressive...that will get you through the peel...but will probably take all of the clear with it

Jeff
10-10-2019 12:45 PM
CraigS Have you tried wet sanding w/ 600-800-1000 paper to reduce the orange peel?
10-10-2019 01:28 AM
PaulProe Try Murrill Feldman in Washington, MO

https://murrillsclassicdreams302.webs.com/

To do it right, he'll want to take it down to the bare fiberglass
10-09-2019 02:14 PM
JKleiner
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Originally Posted by steno View Post
Jeff Kleiner is in Bloomington, Indiana, but he’s really booked up! The Saint Louis crowd may have someone!
Thanks Sten!

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Originally Posted by 5.0id View Post
Anyone know a good painter in the Midwest bf with reasonable prices! I tried painting it last year but got too much orange peel in garage so wanting it redone and a little body work done to straighten gaps.
5.0id,
Sorry, but but I have no interest in doing a repaint on top of someone else's work.

Jeff
10-09-2019 02:08 PM
steno Jeff Kleiner is in Bloomington, Indiana, but he’s really booked up! The Saint Louis crowd may have someone!
10-09-2019 05:55 AM
5.0id
Midwest painter? Des Moines

Anyone know a good painter in the Midwest bf with reasonable prices! I tried painting it last year but got too much orange peel in garage so wanting it redone and a little body work done to straighten gaps.

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