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Eastwood 51629ZP

Ceramic Engine Paint Pontiac Light Blue

Eastwood 51629ZP
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352-51629ZP

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$31.99
Eastwood 51629ZP Ceramic Engine Paint Pontiac Light Blue $31.99
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Ceramic Engine Paint
  • Pontiac Light Blue
  • 1 Quart

  • Eastwood 51629ZP Details

    Pontiac

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    51629ZP

    Eastwood's Ceramic Engine Enamels provide a beautiful factory look finish that is super-durable and will withstand temperatures up to 650F. Developed using the latest ceramic nano-technology integrated with silicone alkyds, this is the new standard in engine coatings. Each color is replicated after the original color for that deep rich factory look. The ceramic nano-technology ensures that your motor will be protected and resist small chips, chemicals and heat. In fact this is the highest temperature range in the industry, 650F! NOT FOR USE ON EXHAUST MANIFOLDS OR HEADERS

    Features:
  • Super Durable, Utilizing Ceramic Nanotechnology
  • Protects Engine and Resists Chips, Chemicals and Heat
  • Withstands Temperatures Up To 650 F
  • Provides a Beautiful Factory-Look Finish
  • Easy To Apply - Brush or Spray on (For Best Results Metallic's Should be Sprayed)
  • One Quart Covers Approx. 40 Square Feet
  • For Added Durability and Gloss Use Eastwood's Activator 352-21854Z.

  • 51629ZP is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect color I restored a 1965 Shelby GT 350 and used your black engine paint and it was excellent. So far so good on this current restoration. I still am in the process of taking apart a 1951 Dodge pickup engine for restoration and painting parts. The color was a good match to the original engine color form factory.
    Date published: 2015-09-05
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