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Brian Martin,Freelance adviser
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Ahhh painting with Lacquerm and an Eldo convertible, both those bring back memories. A green 76', yep memories.

All I know is I painted it year round in a "shop" that was no more than a big garage. No heat, other than a home made heat lamp (six flood lights basically) and I made a living and fed the family year after year.
Now this was in the SF bay area where it goes from 40's to the 90's throughout the year.

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The only reason I can see to use lacquer in this day and age is if its a real rare car and your trying to restore it to as close as possible to factory. Otherwise theres no reason to use it.
 
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