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Date: December 26, 2003
I think you are right in the statement ...YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR.... the Nason paint is good for frame and other small parts ,but is is more of an industrial finish and the depth of shine is not what I would want on an auto finish..It is O K for a old wood hauler or stock trailer,but not a car you prize!! I understand the want to save some $$$, bit the difference in price is very small compared to the overall cost of car..I would stay with a HIGH quality 2 stage urethane finish and do it right the first time and then you could actually drive the car during the daylight hours without the fear of someone seeing it...