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Unread 11-02-2011, 07:41 PM   #11
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stevec3201, we paid $550 exchanged we picked up the custom painted body from liquid lenny's in clearwater fl and returned our old one to him at our convieniance. he does a great job and will do any colors/scheme you can dream up. he puts 3 coats of clear over the finished product, jim
Thanks for getting back to me. It does look great, but I'll prolly go with my local body shop and spend about $200 for a solid color with clear coat. I would like him to match The bluish-purple of my car.
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Unread 11-02-2011, 08:40 PM   #12
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Thanks for getting back to me. It does look great, but I'll prolly go with my local body shop and spend about $200 for a solid color with clear coat. I would like him to match The bluish-purple of my car.
I am giving this some thought as well. Black top but trying to decide on a unique color for the body.
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Unread 11-03-2011, 06:57 AM   #13
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I am giving this some thought as well. Black top but trying to decide on a unique color for the body.
I want the whole cart to be the same color, top too! The person that had mine before me, painted it a nice pearl white, but now I'm wanting a color that will stand out. I just hope the shop can still paint it, as it was already painted once? I may end up having to buy a new body.
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I want the whole cart to be the same color, top too! The person that had mine before me, painted it a nice pearl white, but now I'm wanting a color that will stand out. I just hope the shop can still paint it, as it was already painted once? I may end up having to buy a new body.
Can't see why they are not able to sand it down and repaint it
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stevec3201, you may have a point about adding more paint to the existing body. why don't you find somebody that would love to have your body in excahange for their stock maybe not so good looking one. no extra expense to you just a little labor changing bodies, which by the way is quick and easy!

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stevec3201, you may have a point about adding more paint to the existing body. why don't you find somebody that would love to have your body in excahange for their stock maybe not so good looking one. no extra expense to you just a little labor changing bodies, which by the way is quick and easy!

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Excellent Idea!
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I want the whole cart to be the same color, top too! The person that had mine before me, painted it a nice pearl white, but now I'm wanting a color that will stand out. I just hope the shop can still paint it, as it was already painted once? I may end up having to buy a new body.
I think your white body looks mighty nice....especially if it's a pearl! My factory blue is a little dull in some areas and I've wet sanded until I'm (literally) blue in the face. Since I've spent the money getting seats that match the blue body and tan top I'll probably just purchase another factory blue body at some point.
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