Paint for starblazer

Discussion in 'Autocruise CH' started by joemac, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. joemac

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    Hi, Does anyone know the best paint (spray) to et a match for the locker doors on a Starblazer. It was originally bought from Marquis. Some kind person has taken a sharp implement to the rear locker door. I have made good the scratch but cannot find a paint to blend.


    many thanks


    Joe
     
  2. roadtraveller

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    Hiya, I have A "Starblazer", I would ring up Autocruise and ask where you could get some paint to match, as it is outside it will show if you don't match it up, there are some morons about, they are only happy when they are damaging things that don't belong to them!
     
  3. joemac

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    Starblazer paint

    Hi, thanks for the reply, you are right it does show, whiter than white repair.:cry:
    I have contacted Autocruise Customer service for an idea or if necessary a new infill panel.

    thanks


    Joe
     
  4. ingram

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    I have a 2006 Starblazer: the 'conversion' part looks to be a fairly close, although not perfect, match to the Peugeot cab paint. Have you tried that?

    The 'conversion' body may not be painted: it is fibreglass isn't it? I think: the white may just be the gelcoat colour and not painted.

    hth

    Harvey
     
  5. joemac

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    Starblazer paint

    Hi Ingram,

    Thanks for the idea, it is the gelcoat that I need to match up. The Peugeot cab paint is a "cleaner" colour than the panel. I have already tried but it stands out now as a brighter )although glossy and smooth )splodge in the midle of the panel. Arrrrrrgh!:Doh:
     
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