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hey folks, not new to hot rodding or vintage, but here to learn better techniques in paint and body work. Been driving a mildly rodded 62 Dodge Town Wagon for well over five years, still working on the "final" paint job for it, starting a 68 Dodge D-100 short bed for my daughters first car, new clockwork and a decent paint job, have a few vintage BMW motorcycles which are my daily riders, both with custom paint and fairings.

Got me a new house with a dedicated motorcycle shop and a seperate hot rod bay (12x30) with decent compressed air, welding equipment. I play in the vintage dodge truck community and BMW airhead community.

My big areas of interest are in the current "favorite" paint and body materials and supply, need to learn the right way to use high build primers and how to choose a painting system.


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