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Dupont Duco Jet Black Lacquer


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Default Dupont Duco Jet Black Lacquer

I was wondering if any of the auto paint shops that are doing high end 20's and 30's cars still using nitrocellulose lacquer? I know its no longer available but you know how some car guys are they want the original old stuff when possible. I have 2 Gallon cans of Dupont Duco 44 S Jet Black lacquer. would any shops be interested in this and what kind of value do they have? Considering they are still good which i believe they are. thanks for any input
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Default Re: Dupont Duco Jet Black Lacquer

Think dalmationgirl61 might very well be unterested. She was looking for some old black paint for a safe just a few days ago.
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Default Re: Dupont Duco Jet Black Lacquer

Anyone have more info or opinions on this paint? How is it applied? Hazards of working with it? Precautions, etc?
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