Author Topic: OK, I'll pop the question that nobody dares to ask.....Ms.Pac decals, yes or no?  (Read 70083 times)

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Last Thursday it was FINALLY some nice weather I had some time to work on the Ms. I filled up the (quite few) bad spots with polyester putty (=Bondo). The most spots were chips on the lowest parts on the sides and corners and I must say that I feel I got the hang of "Bondo-ing" now. Sanded all of them and did a final round of sanding all over.

Have to get it dust free ( but best to do that just for the paint-job) and then it is ready for the paint job but I was out of primer.... :(

Weather forecasts are good for next week and hope to start painting soon !

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Goodluck !

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My philosophy is that I'd rather spend a bit more and get a known good product which I won't regret later.

My decal set comes from Phoenixarcade.com and there is no doubt about the quality.

It is scheduled to be installed in early spring 2013  ;D ;D

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yeah, i agree with that, the phoenix stuff is always excellent....


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It is a $80 price difference. And the Euro has risen back quite a bit lately, so that's only about 60 Euro's at this moment (excl. any shipping costs).

For those 60 Euro's, I'd definitely go Phoenix...