Hot!Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30

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Re: Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30 2014/09/19 21:00:24 (permalink)
Doing it to my truck!! Looks great!!
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Re: Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30 2014/09/19 23:34:41 (permalink)
Sweet Deal!
 
Any one have any input on the powerhouse 3100 or the honda eu3000is? I'm torn right now between buying a new powerhouse or a used honda if I can find one.
 
 


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Re: Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30 2014/10/01 00:40:34 (permalink)
Damn, your dash paint job is killer. I know what my next job will be on the truck. That looks really easy other than the prep work. My truck is a 1988 p-30, so I get a lot of hints from your thread.
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Re: Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30 2014/10/01 20:24:24 (permalink)
Awesome man, glad you like it and you were able to find some helpful info in here! 
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Re: Split My Banana's Truck Build 91 Chevy p30 2014/10/01 20:43:13 (permalink)
Here is most of the 1st coat of Paint, doing it ourselves so that we can spend the money elsewhere on equipment etc and need to get it done before it gets too cold. We are going to get some vinyl done and probably a whole wrap when we can afford it. Also below the window we are going to put a sheet of that embossed diamond ss with a radius on the corners at the bottom(the stuff we used on our rear doors).
 
2 more coats w/ some sanding and buffing should put a decent shine on it. We are by no means painters, but you do what you have to do.
 

 
post edited by SplitMyBanana - 2014/10/01 20:48:53
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