In a process marked by meticulous detail, the project began with a partial strip-down, setting the stage for the transformation that would follow. A foundation of excellence was laid as Pat Dry expertly sealed it with Tamco Paint's HP5310 Grey DTM Primer, ensuring optimal adhesion and a flawlessly prepared surface. With a keen understanding of Tamco's product line, Justin took the reins and skillfully applied the basecoat, infusing the canvas with the vibrant allure of Rangoon Red. The journey continued as HC4105 Extra Slow Glamour Clearcoat, combined with HH7607 Slow Hardener and a 10% mix of HR1390 Extra Slow Reducer, elevated the finish to a new level of refinement.

Notably, the expertise of Tamco Tech played a pivotal role in this endeavor. Pat Dry's adept guidance aided Justin in mastering the nuances of Tamco products, fostering a learning journey that greatly benefited the shop. This collaboration allowed Justin to confidently base and clear the project, knowing that the outcome would reflect the mastery they had achieved together. In every layer, from the first strip to the final clear coat, the dedication to quality and the partnership between skilled hands and Tamco's innovative solutions were evident, resulting in a triumph that seamlessly melds artistry and craftsmanship.


Painter: Pat Dry & Justin

Tamco Products used for this look:

Optional but recommended Tamco Paint products:
Ford rangoon redHardenerHc4105Hh7607Hp5310Hr reducerUrethane reducers