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Flat Black Foxes

Now i don't want to hear a bunch of people saying don't do it. I like it and that's all that matters. I just want to see some pics. Just foxes tho.
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These are my facebook picks of my 2.3L with a poor black-painted job. I would call it flat black. But you are right, flat-black fox-bodies are tough to come by even on a google image search. I wanted to paint it a gunmetal grey or something like that but the flat black is growing on me.
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Flat Black Coupe... with z-3 fenders I think?
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Now i don't want to hear a bunch of people saying don't do it. I like it and that's all that matters. I just want to see some pics. Just foxes tho.
a please & thank you would be nice
less attitude = more pics.....

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Flat Black Coupe... with z-3 fenders I think?
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I like the flat black, it gives it a serious look.
And I liked that notchback.

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The wheels on the hatchback look like Shelby nock offs. Looks good, but too much chrome for flat black. Needs a shine paint job, now if they were powder coated black, that would look sweet.

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I'm going for a gutted no thrills sleeper look and i think flat black will do this
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I'm thinkin about this paint job next winter, car just needs one color of primer on it right now.

I think it gives it a no b/s look, and it keeps you guessing.

Others will be thinking "did he not have enough money for good paint?" and you'll just be sitting there grinning as you do a fly by!

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Id just primer it in black that way when you get tired of it you can just give it the paint.
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That was the plan. I'm gonna take my time on the body work and get it PERFECT.

That's one thing all of my cars have never had is good paint.

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Here is a picture from a thread on Yellow Bullet, I think it looks bad ass.
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I like the look of the flat black on foxes. It really would keep someone guessing.
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i personally like the satin black on the notch but doesn't do much for me on the hatch.....
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Kinda makes you think of Mad Max.
And by the way, primer alone allows rust to happen, I wouldn't keep things in primer for very long because it allows moisture to get to the metal surface.

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ive had cars in primer here for long periods of time. but of course i live in texas lol. alot of it also depends on the primer.
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