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Old 12-11-2014, 07:41 PM   #1
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Painting my 68

So I am in the middle of welding in a new quarter and a few other parts on my car. I have a rotisserie to put it on to redo the bottom and make sure the frame is good. After all that I will be prepping for paint. I am take an auto body class to reteach me the things I forgot. So now my question. Is there a good auto painter forums that I can join in and look around to learn what I can learn. I am thinking of the Ford Red Candy from a 2012 model for the color on my 68. Thanks Mike
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When I painted mine i just talked to the guys in the paint shop for advice. And the trusty google and YouTube my biggest regret with mine was getting cheap bondo.


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I will be talking to the local folks as well as taking a class. I use this forum to find information on products tools and how to. Sort of like this forum I use to well show off but don't tell anyone
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