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hi i'm pretty new to the forum and i want to know what i have to do to strip the paint of an enzo ferrari made by hot wheels. I want to repaint it a nice silver. any tips??? thanx in advance :shipwrecked

i did a photo in photoshop of how iwant it to look like. i'm planning on painting it silver and add some GFG Dresden rims!
 

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I would wait until it comes out in silver (just a matter of time) and put the wheels. If you decide to strip it, remember that the engine cover is plastic and will be ruined by paint stripper.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
thanx for the advice!!! do you know when it is going to come out in silver???
 

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I've repainted an Enzo silver before. It can be a PITA . The rear carbon fiber sections above the rear tires can sometimes have ALOT of excess crazy glue on them, which can make them almost impossable to remove. You will have to drill out the rivets that hold in the headlights . Other then that, it shouldn't be that hard.
 

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the enzo looks awesome!!!! :310 :310 :310 :310
you should have masked the logos first :giggle
i plan on making mine a lighter silver!
thanx for the picx!!! :coolpics
 

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I agree with opel, Scott S, that silver enzo looks crazy! :3tens. Never imagined what a silver enzo would look like... now i know
 
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