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The driver side is masked and the flames are cut out.
Scott carefully cuts out the passenger side.
The first thing to do is to put the yellow base on.
Then the orange is sprayed on.
Looks a lot better untaped.
Some real fire flames behind the headers is a great addition.
And some more real flames on the cowl.
Juan looks it over.
The body is being prepared for the booth so we can put the clear on.
Here's a look at one of the doors after clear coating.
Here's the hood.
...and the hood sides.
The body has been clear-coated.
Here's the grille shell. Check out the "real flames" at the bottom.
To bury the flames, we need to wet sand the clear to remove the edge around the flames. Then we'll clear it again, sand and buff it.
With everything wet sanded, we reassemble the car on the frame so we can have some striping done.
When it comes to striping, there's none better than Gary Mizar. You'll remember Gary did the concept drawing and the graphics on the NSRA 2003 Giveaway Car.
Gary's getting everything together.
And away he goes.
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