The first thing you want to do with a vintage vehicle is paint it!
Thats right, it’s time to make a full-on restoration of your old car, complete with an interior, engine, suspension, brakes, seats, windows, roof, doors, doors hinges, etc. To do this, you’ll need a few things, such as a vintage paint job, vintage paint colors for the interior, and vintage paint brushes.
So let’s start with the paint job.
If you have a really nice, vintage car that you’ve been keeping for the past 10 years or more, then you probably already know that it needs some serious attention.
This includes some exterior work as well as interior work.
For example, if you’re painting the paint off the front bumper, it should be done with a very thin paint, and the front of the car should be painted black.
The car should also have a few vents that will help it breathe more efficiently and help it feel more like it belongs.
Now, let’s take a look at the interior.
Paint the interior to look vintage, and then start painting the doors and trunk.
You’ll want to paint the interior white, and paint the seats black.
If you’re using the vintage paint, you might want to use a black or a deep red color.
You might also want to go for some dark-colored vinyl, as vinyl can help keep the car in great shape.
If it has a good interior, you can paint the wheels, too.
You can even paint the trunk if you don’t mind the car sitting on the floor.
You’ll also want a good paint job on the hood, grille, and other exterior areas.
It’s also a good idea to go with a paint job that is durable and doesn’t break.
Some vintage paint jobs are a little tacky, but if it is a nice vehicle, you should have no problems getting it looking great.
For interior work, you want a dark red or a dark green color.
If the interior has a lot of light, you may want to opt for a deep orange, or even a lighter red.
For a very basic interior, a dark brown or black is good.
You should also look for a lot more texture and contrast than a simple matte finish.
If there is any light to be seen on the interior in the door or trunk, then paint that as well.
The next step is to paint up the entire interior.
Make sure the door handles are all attached properly.
If they aren’t, the door handle should be removed.
The door should be smooth and smooth, with a little bit of flex in it.
You don’t want the door to be in a perfect curve.
If not, then start working on it with a sharpie marker or paintbrush.
Now that the door is painted, you will need to add a few other things to the interior: a hood, headliner, side skirts, etc..
The hood needs to have some texture and color, too, but you may have to trim it a little to get that.
You want a well-defined hood and headliner.
It should have some curves to it, as well, as you want it to look more like a classic Ford GT.
The side skirts should be a little more rounded, but they should also be pretty smooth and well-made.
Now you’re done!
You should now have a car that looks like a vintage Ford GT, and it should feel as good as a new car that has been in your garage for a while.