Complete repaint of an '01 GT... cost?

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by PoXiC, Jan 29, 2004.

  1. RedDaemon

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    OH SNAP!






    i gotta get to class :(
     
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    This reminds me, I need to go dig around in the post graveyard again and resurrect some skeletons
     
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    DocG2828 5th graders > me. They're not bant

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    Think the car has been repainted by now. Probably would have been cheaper for him to just sell his and buy a black car.
     
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    he could have gotten a $350 Maaco flat black paint job and looked awesome [​IMG]
     
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    DocG2828 5th graders > me. They're not bant

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    If I was to spend all that money on a total repaint... it would be a color that wasnt stock..... you will spend all that cash it would just look like a black stang
     
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    Cause I saw the thread and thought that I would respond to it.
     
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    Right, but the discussion on this topic has been long dead. :shrug:
     
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  9. RED2001GT

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    It doesn't matter. It's still a discussion. A forum is a forum. It's supposed to be a place where one can respond to stuff that other people post in here. It doesn't matter if a thread is 5 years old or even 10 years old. It's not a dead thread when someone finds it and wants to make a post about the subject.
     
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  10. Ernad

    Ernad celibate sans pants

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    Alright, you keep on posting....
     
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    If I don't, maybe someone else will.:nice:
     
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    Did I hear someone ask to keep this thread alive :D
     
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    It's easier to paint over something that's already been painted, so, no.
     
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  14. Ernad

    Ernad celibate sans pants

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    True. I'm sure Bow was gonna resurrect this anyway.
     
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    Going a similar direction myself with the mach. I have an 01 bumper waiting to go on, but here is wingless with 03 skirts.

    http://home.comcast.net/~jkaeyman/Katetoday02.jpg
    http://home.comcast.net/~jkaeyman/Katetoday01.jpg
     
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    Feh. Sure, you have to wash a black car almost everyday, but what Mustang enthusiast DOESN'T wash theirs almost everyday anyways? Like washing a car is hard or something...
     
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    Exactly. It's old, but how many times a day are people ranting to use the search button because something has been posted so many times. Then an old thread is brought up and everyone fusses cause its old :shrug:

    I love black, but I think my performance red will stay. It is easy to keep looking clean, and I just love the color anyway.
     
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    My Performance Red Mustang GT is for keeps too.:nice:
     
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    If it means anything, I love the way black looks after a good detail job, but I'll never own another black car again.....
     
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