Tim Andres wrote:
Prime, sand, inspect, fill, prime, sand, inspect, fill....lather repeat as necessary, so yeah, do that while its upside down.
What do you fill with after prime?
Kent Ashton wrote:
I would certainly paint it upside down. It’s not fun painting on your back in protective gear, even with a pressurized paint-pot.
Do you recommend a pressure pot system? I need to Zolatone, Prime, and Paint. I may want to redo old cars as my next hobby, so I need to learn to paint.
Greg Norman wrote:
I primered mine upside down. Why not prep sand it too.. So much easier on the arms. You can spray color on its belly right side up pretty easy with a good modern gravity spray gun.
OK Sounds Great!!!
Tom Brusehaver wrote:
If the engine stand is oriented right, you can point the nose almost 45 degrees up. Then painting underneath is fairly easy.
Good to know! I will remeber this for the paint....
Thank You All for your replies.... Do I need to hire a painter or can I pull off a "20 footer" paint job on my own?
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