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Recently Finished Fiberglass Job, '93 Mazda MX-6


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basketthis69 
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This is a fiberglass job that I recently finished in a '93 Mazda MX-6. The before picture is not the actual dash, but a picture of the dash I found on the internet.
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Recently Finished Fiberglass Job, '93 Mazda MX-6 - Last Post -- posted image.
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Recently Finished Fiberglass Job, '93 Mazda MX-6 - Last Post -- posted image.
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Recently Finished Fiberglass Job, '93 Mazda MX-6 - Last Post -- posted image.
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advanced_audio 
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That looks so sick good job man
fuelbrain 
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clean as hell, now just drop a KLZE in there and you'll be set, what paint did you use to redo the bezel, I have the same setup in my car but I want it to look factory like that. also, did you use duramix 40/40 or anything or does the screen just sit in the bezel
upscaler 
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smooth work bro.  i have just started glassin and I love it.  It opens up so many more options as far as what you can do.

nice job.

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Thats really clean work, It looks really good
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basketthis69 
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sorry guys. I kind of just forgot about this thread with all of my projects going on. But thanks for the feedback!!
To answer the questions, I used primer (basic grey colored) with two coats. I then touched it up and whatnot until it was beautifully smooth like I wanted it and then I covered it with a flat black.
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kris05vvti 
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wow that looks really nice

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