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Apparently the 2007 Nissan 350Z suffers from an armrest ailment: The paint scratches off very easily. Other than that, the car is perfect. Here's what I did to ...
Exacto blade Vinyl and Fabric spray paint (matte black) Painter's tape Sanding block Plastic bag (for masking the parts I didn't want to paint) One smokin' 2007 350Z
The center part wasn't quite as bad as in the photo (I scraped it some before I started shooting the pictures), but it was pretty rugged. The edges ...
I initially thought that underneath the original matte black finish was a solid gray base, but I was wrong. Apparently the gray is just a primer (and not ...
I started taping the area off before I finished scraping, to help protect the unpainted areas and to help me see my edges. I eventually scraped it all ...
After I taped the plastic bags around the entire area and made sure to tape the window, lock, and mirror adjustment mechanisms, I was ready to paint. I ...
Nissan probably won't be calling me any time soon to do detail work, but I'm happy with the outcome.
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