Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Munich, Germany
I'm about to start stripping the paint off my roof and quarters and soon it will be time to prime. The doors and cowl which I had done at a shop, have been primed with DuPont "Nason" primer (# 421-20). In an effort to keep it all the same, I was just going to go buy some of that and the matching activator.
Well, after doing some research, I've found that Nason is DuPont's economy line. I'd rather not put junk primer under what I hope to be a rather nice paint job.
Have any of you had experience with this stuff? If I were to go with PPG instead, can I spray over the existing Nason or is it best to sand it all off?
1967 Mustang Fastback; originally an A-Code, 4-Speed car now with a 373hp & 340ft-lb 302, Tremec 3550, JMC hydraulic clutch, SSBC front brakes, 9" Versailles rear with 3.70 gears, Trac-Loc, and discs. Original color Acapulco Blue on Black. Repaired door rust, new cowls, new floors, quarter panels patched. Total cost... god only knows.