77 30 ft rebuild

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  1. mikesouthwick

    mikesouthwick New Member

    what do you guys thunk about using por-15 for engine paint. i have used it on my customer's car and it looks great seems to hold up well. i covered everything in chevy red an black. i am rebuilding my old but new 77 svr 30 ft hard top. twin 454's. cut out all rotten wood and old foam . refoamed it. the weather broke 40 this weekend and i was able to do some glass work in the bildge. i am new to this site so any suggestions would be great . :huh:
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2009
  2. 330DA

    330DA Member

    Oct 12, 2006
    New Buffalo, MI
    2000 310 Sundancer, Brig 330 RIB
    350 MPIs, V-Drives
    I have used por-15 in the past on my old Camaro. The por-15 site has engine enamels. I would call them to see if it would be good in a marine environment. Your sig doesn't tell us if you are in fresh or saltwater.

    The 454's would be a marinized Chevy block by Mercury. These would be painted black.
  3. velooce

    velooce Member

    Jan 28, 2008
    Pacific Northwest
    1977 30' Weekender
    Twin Merc 454's, Hurth straight inboards
    They also could be Crusader's which would be light blue.
  4. mikesouthwick

    mikesouthwick New Member

    i bought the pait from a co in nj . they said it would work fine . just wondered if anyone has used it a marine application. i know the whole thing should be black but i like a little color. not sure about sig??

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