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    SEM paints,Landau Black and Super White.Great Product but pricey at $16.00 a can.

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    Ya I just bought quality rattle can lacquer for my fibreglass bumpers & 3 cans was $44 , like wha, wha wha , seems like even quality spray bongs were like 6 or 7 bucks just a while ago ....

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    SEM, good paints. I recently bought a can of self etching primer for around $20. Worth the added cost IMO.

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    I used that same product on some of my interior pieces. It's been holding up strong 10+ years now. And it was a dead on color match.

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    Thanks,good to know

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    I agree with SEM products. Yes, kind of pricey but worth every dollar. There's a good reason it costs more.
    1979 Aspen Sunrise 500". Owned since 1987, big block since 1989
    1996 Dakota Sport owned since 1998, 3.9L. Winter DD
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    Let's go Brandon!

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    I have painted many interior items with SEM, yes costly but you will not a better finish with any other product, I have a tuff wheel that was dark maroon and is now light blue that has not faded a bit in the last 5 years.

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    UPDATE:Headliner finished,Rear seats dyed,Folding rear seats painted and dyedClick image for larger version. 

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    UPDATE:Fender blClick image for larger version. 

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    UPDATE:Interior ready for assemblyClick image for larger version. 

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