Im getting some parts together for my "restoration" of my 92 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer. Ill be replacing the rear quarter panels, fixing some small dings and dents, re-painting it as close to factory as possible. In my personal opinion I like the look of a factory vehicles or the "sleeper look" at least. Don't get me wrong modified vehicles look great but im going with the original factory two-tone Eddie Bauer paint job. Hopefully this will help some of the other 4x4 hotrodders out there, and since almost every bronco we see on the road is a bucket of rust when a nice one drives by it really catches peoples attention. In the next week ill be starting with the hood I think which the clear coat is mostly flaked off. Ive read and been told by some good painters that a guy can get away with painting one panel at a time when your shooting black. Since its my daily driver I might go this route. It would be nice to paint it all at once, which may still happen. We will see. I have a 66 mustang that I can drive a little if I get in a pinch (It needs some front end work, balljoints ect ect) I also have access to my moms caddy that that collects dust in there garage. The paint booth will bet set up in the third stall of my garage, a homemade temporary booth. I did a miata quarter about 8 months ago and it turned out great, so I will stick with what works.