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Hey VMF,
This christmas, I'm asking santa for a gallon of the infamous highland green from 1968 to paint my 72 over my winter break. (Not sending it to a paintshop, we got the body work done over the summer, and have a friend who paints) I've seen it in person, and I like the color, but I want some flake in there. I was looking at TCPGlobal (where I want to get all my supplies from Santa), and I want to get their acrylic enamel highland green, and then add some moss green flakes in there. Has anyone ever done this specific color/flake mix, or does anyone have a mix of their own highland green that looks nice? If anyone has suggestions, comments, anything, just let me know!

paint: http://www.tcpglobal.com/aclchip.aspx?image=1968-ford-pg01.jpg
flake:
http://www.tcpglobal.com/kustomshop/ksflake.aspx
Thanks a ton.
 

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Go to your local automotive paint supply shop (the place where the pros go). They will show you so many paint chips and options it will make your head explode.
 
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