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I knew a girl who had a navy blue Firebird 400 that looked kinda like this. I opened the hoodscoops w/ a Dremel:













I used Krylon indoor/outdoor navy blue gloss rattlecan on this and liked using it a lot.
It came out in a finer stream and was easy to use.
 

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That looks great!
always liked those little Firebirds,
and this new HW casting is a good one.
 

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FYI, taillights are two narrow lines, front turns just inside the openings of the front valance openings...
I couldn't make out the front turn signals. I could tell there were 2 slits for the tail lights, I just quit while I was ahead. :p I do all that ind of work w/ a toothpick, it gives more control than a brush.
 

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I love your custom! You can never go wrong making a good custom from a Firebird!
Thanks. I've got a '69 Firebird T/A, the first Trans Am, that I've been wanting to do. I like doing things in groups/sets so it's probably not far behind. I think I've got one w/ T-tops coming in w/ stuff I traded for too.
 
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