|Nov 06, 2012, 06:38 PM|
United States, CA, Santa Barbara
Joined Jun 2012
Klasskote paint is amazing
I've attached photos of my two very old sport planes that I recently refinished with Klasskote two part epoxy paint. Both of these planes were previously covered with Monokote, but after 20+ years, they were looking very shabby. I stripped the Monokote, applied 3/4 oz fiberglass, and then painted with Klasskote (primer and top coats). Klasskote is an amazing product! Went on very nicely with a detail gun, and it flows out to a very high gloss, perfect finish.
The pattern plane is an MK Aurora 40 powered by an OS .50 SX, and the other is a Goldberg Extra 300, powered with an OS 1.20 AX.
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