(Language Notice, Casey uses lots of colorful language.) Guys that paint cars think nothing of giving their own rides a quick respray on occasion, which always blows me away. But I guess it is the same thing for folks who don’t weld, and those of us that do think nothing of making two pieces of metal into one. It is all in what you are used to I suppose. In this video Casey takes his 1955 Chevrolet shop truck and gives it a facelift, and adds a two tone accent to the top using some new single stage paint from Eastwood. The change is subtle, but cool, and the truck definitely looks fresh and clean. It’s his daily driver, and parts hauler, so there were plenty of chips and scratches to clean up. It looks great to me and I dig the look.
Besides testing the paint he also test out a new Eastwood paint gun. He loved how it worked, and thought it had to be an expensive piece based on how nice it shot. Surprise, this thing costs less than $100 apparently so if you are in the market for a great deal on a paint gun then this one might be just what you need.