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post #1 of 8 Old March 2nd, 2010, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Mystichrome Cobra Seats questions

Ok fellow MM brothers I have a question pertaining to the title of the thread well a few actually.

1. What is the material that gives the cobra seats the color changing affect?

2. Where would I find the seats themselves or the materiel for them?

I have looked high and low and cannot find them any where and it drives me nuts sometimes because I want them lol I eventually plan on doing a Mystic Paint job on my car eventually but I want the seats real bad and their are a pain in the @$$ to find any help is appreciated!

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Currently a set out of a vert on CL in Long Island- 1350 (http://longisland.craigslist.org/pts/1588556954.html)

The leather is colored with ChromaFlair pigments

Neat color on a car, but I wouldnt want it unless it was a show car; one rock chip would be $$.
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Currently a set out of a vert on CL in Long Island- 1350

The leather is colored with ChromaFlair pigments

Neat color on a car, but I wouldnt want it unless it was a show car; one rock chip would be $$.
I second that motion.
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1. good luck with the seats.

2. even better luck with the actual mystichrome.....Youll be lucky to get it....Mystichrome is made by BASF. Similar to dupont chameleaon, pgg harliquen, sherwin-williams fx. Only difference is theres a pigment or some other sort of toner used to make mystic that is also used to make money. Due to that it is highly regulated and the chances of you getting true genuine basf mistic are slim to none unless you work in the paint/body business, and that doesnt even give you much pull.

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Since I'm avoiding doing work...I dont know how accurate the following is but...so take it as a grain of salt: (from a thread on modularfords). Like AJM said the BASF, 1996, version is a pita to get or so I've read.
'96 formula is paint code LF. The PPG paint code is 5104
'04 Mystic Cobra paint code for this is G6. The PPG Paint Code 903070
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Its the easiest paint to match. Reason being there is no metameric failure. No matter what angle you look at it the color is always different. With that being said for the most part you could take a car painted with real mystic, paint something like a fender with pgg harlequin and the average joe wont be able to tell the difference. On the other hand for those people wanting to make their car like a real mystic because they think its so cool/badass to do so its not gonna happen.
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well I was going to have it replicated to the color with the blue green and purple either that Or i am going to have a mock of saleens rainbow extreme paint I have my hookups in the mechanical , auto body and paint world my installs , painting , labor ect. is always parts and some self labor to help with the project and labor usually cost no more than 50 -100$ my first car I had blue pearlecent flames on it it was a white 98 mustang that only cost 60$ and it was a damn good flame job can post pics if you want to see the flame job it was a basic flame job no air brushing but looked good i will never for get the remarks every night from some idiot "your cars on fire" priceless ty for the link I am going to contact his gentlemen about his seats

I am having my saleen kit, 3.73 gears, CAI , and a few other toys installed for $100.00 easy money that includes , fitment, paint, labor ect.

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p.s. mystichrome touch up paint for a .5 oz bottle is 15 $

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