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Thread: Engine Compartment Sheetmetal

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    Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin

    Engine Compartment Sheetmetal

    I want to strip and powercoat the engine compartment sheetmetal as close as possible to original on a '68 S. I assume
    that semi-gloss is appropriate. I would also like to get the fan done. If those of you who have done this can offer guidance, I
    would appreciate your input. Thanks, Jim

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    I have had my sheet metal powder coated satin black. The fan and housing was beadblasted and clear powder coated

    Nick Moss - Early 911S #476 - RGruppe #318 -

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    Semi gloss on the sheetmetal. You won't regret it as the stuff is as tough as leather and takes abuse pretty well (doesn't chip).
    I powdercoat everything these days from motorcycle frames to cylinder jugs on the same.

    Good luck,

    Early S Registry #235
    rgruppe #111

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