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    1967 911 - Dash paint

    I'm restoring my 1967 911 coupe. The dash board trim is bushed aluminum and the dash color is black. I'm trying to find out if the finish was Gloss, Satin or Flat. Any ideas?

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    Don

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    Satin...all day.
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    SEM 39143 - Trim Black

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    OK...I use the SEM plastic products on plastic substrate, but prefer VHT Satin Black Epoxy (purple label) for metal. Tough, solvent resistant.
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    SEM Trim Black will do the trick, but I prefer the SEM Hot Rod Black kit. Same sheen, but it is catalyzed for much greater durability. Must be sprayed on of course.

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    My experience with black satin varies quite a bit manufacturer to manufacturer. I ended up sampling several before landing on the one that appears correct.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. Really appreciate it.
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Morris View Post
    SEM Trim Black will do the trick, but I prefer the SEM Hot Rod Black kit. Same sheen, but it is catalyzed for much greater durability. Must be sprayed on of course.
    This is the only answer you should pay attention to. The spray can stuff will wipe off if some kind of solvent is used while cleaning the car in the future.
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    Glasurit rallye black

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    Joris,

    Do you have any pictures of the Glasurit Rallye Black on the car? I am interested in getting some and trying it out.

    On my 1967 Prototype R build I used Vintage Flatz - their Hot Rod Satin Black for the steering column and wheel. Happy with the results.

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