Royal Blue Monte Carlo by Tino Gallardo

royal blue monte carlo

Royal Blue Monte Carlo

Hi my name is Tino Gallardo, I live in Northglenn Colorado and I love your products. I painted my sons 1979 Monte Carlo a base blue with a touch of your purple candy pearl, red pearl, blue micro flake, and 3 coats of clear.  I painted a low-rider bike with a little more flake, both have won multiple trophies, well liked color scheme . Here is a couple of photos for your gallery if needed. Thank you!

Hello again, here are some more photos with your products used. On this bike we went with a base  blue,  your purple candy pearl,  micro midnight blue flake, and 2 coats of clear.   We are in the process of doing another 1979 Monte Carlo, going to be a black base , with your deep purple candy, micro blue flake, royal blue candy , and 3 or more coats of clear, pictures as soon as it is done. I do all in separate coats (don’t mix ).

We at Pearls and Pigment appreciate all of our customers who take the time to send us pictures and feedback on all of our products. Our Candy Color Pearls, Metallic Paint Flake, True Chameleon pigments, Thermochromics, Glow In The Darks and all other paint pigments are truly custom paints and can be used in almost any application. There are so many options with our products! Photos, Videos and testimonials are a great way to show off the capabilities of our additives. If you find the opportunity, send us some great pics and a small testimonial about what you did with our products and we will send you a gift card for the website. We love to show off the work that our wonderful customers are doing. Contact us and send us your work!

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July 10, 2015

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