it's just wrinkle finish paint, over a dried primer. i think i used krylon to do it. if the parts are metal, put them in the oven on low heat (about 250) for 10 minutes. they'll wrinkle right up.:thumb:What did you use on the interior parts for the 'rough" look? Bedliner paint?
Whatever it is, it's exactly what I'll do to mine now!!!
(if it doesn't weigh too much(lol)
really cool. Does the engine use the A412 VW trans that bolts to the VW gas 1.6? That would make the tall 525 gear set easy for the 2.19 final in 5thI thought you fellow Rampage/Scamp owners might like to see video footage of my turbodiesel Rampage on a chassis dyno.
It's a 1.5L VW diesel. Stock HP is rated at 48. This one made 167HP at 4600 rpm, and 238 ft-lbs of torque at 2818 rpm.
Dodge Rampage 1.5L Diesel on Ranken Tech Dyno - YouTube
Yep, I can attest to the fact that if it can be done, Jer has probably done it to his truck! It is a beautiful thing!No offense Pal, but your 1st post implied you were just getting started with your 'Page. Theirs one guy on the planet that repops the original 2 piece cover with the cute little spoiler on the back that mother mopar supplied for these trucklets. He gets 'bout $850 for 'um and he really doesn't want to ship 'um for obvious reasons. You can usually pick one up at Chryslers at Carlisle in July at his swap spaces and he only brings 1 or 2 and they sell but not like hot cakes again for obvious reasons. YO 83 Scamp! You out there this morning? Pahleez help me out here. I don't think Hairy Kyle would believe me if I listed all the modz I've done to my little Scamper? Stay tuned Hairy, I'm asking ah friend from Indiana and unbiased observer who's been in my Pole Barn. Might take ah day or 2, He's ah busy man, Jer