Model Master Spray Racing Orange 3 oz

This is a 3 oz. (85 g) can of Racing Orange Enamel Spray Paint.

Testors Model Master Spray Racing Orange 3 oz Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #2938
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"A Nice Chevy Orange"
michael.miller (
I find myself looking up engine colors for older cars quite often so that I can make my models more accurate. This Racing Orange is also a good approximation of the engine color used for a long time on their engines. In the case of this paint, I prefer a sprayed most anything over leaving brush marks. I have some Chevy builds coming up, so I'm now ready to paint some of the engines accurately. Anyone can claim these paints are over priced; however, I use Walmart paint in standard colors when I can. For specialty colors, finishes and applications, these 3 oz spray cans are a bargain. You also need to recognize the limitations of off the shelf paints like those at WallyWorld and how in some applications can damage your model. In my experience, when you carefully choose your 3 oz color or match to an OEM color, you get the best finish with these paints that are formulated for models and not for granny's old freezer. Also, if you're going to mix paint types, test and experiment first. Nothing is more depressing than watching an area where different types of paints overlap turn into orange peel. I will not try to provide rules for what can and can't be mixed or which paints layer fine on top, but turn to crap if they're used on the bottom first (yes, I'm passing over some good humor there). In my experience, the model paints are a bit more forgiving in waiting too long to apply another coat. When I first began, I drove myself crazy trying to find out why my models would orange peel on the second or third coat if I waited 12 hours or until the next day. There's an unforgiving time span in there between two or three hours after the most recent coat and about three days or more later when adding a coat can turn your slick, shiny finish into a wrinkled orange peel mess. Removing orange peel is time consuming and risky. It doesn't like to be sanded and that takes forever. In 'some' and I emphasize 'some' cases you can just wipe off orange peeled paint with a rag with acetone on it. However, 'some' cases leave you with a sticky, melted mess of plastic and paint. Acetone melts some types of plastic. As with any spray paint, multiple coats are better than one thick coat, be sure to do your prep work and remove any surface grease, mold marks, scratches.... and you'll have a good result.

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  • Made of enamel and is flammable and toxic.
  • Can be used for
  • models, ceramic, plastics, leather, stone, metal, styrofoam,
  • crafts, wax, glass, paper, figures, fabric, wood and touching
  • up purposes.
  • Not suitable for polyethylene or vinyl.
  • Contains no lead or harmful CFC'S.
  • Easy-to-hold can.
  • Does not exceed 80% VOC by weight.


  • Testors Product Number: 2938


One 3 oz. (85 g) Can of Racing Orange Enamel Spray Paint.

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Eye, Lung and Skin protection.

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"excellent color"
Has real good color coverage if applied correctly, should have experiance to use properly


  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Highly Flammable Paint, avoid heat, flame or puncturing can.
  • Avoid eye contact, skin contact or prolonged breathing of vapors, best to use in a well-ventilated area.
  • Inhaling contents is harmful to respiratory tract and nervous system.
  • Product has chemical known to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm in the state of California.
  • Shake can vigorously before using, reshake often and use at room temperature.
  • For best desired results, test product first.
  • Spray with even strokes and do not stop painting in the middle, for the best results.
  • To avoid wrinkling, recoat within 3 hours or after 48 hours.
  • To clear valve after use, invert can and spray several seconds, if nozzle clogs, clean with thinner.

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