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Learning to Paint Cars
01-26-2016, 08:43 PM
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Learning to Paint Cars
Ok so as some of you know, my day job at the marina sometimes means I get to work on cars too. That work on cars usually revolves around body work. Sometimes the work is on the extreme end (Me and one other co worker built this. All the panels were hand formed.)

   

   

   

   

   

and sometimes it's quite a bit less complicated.

   

   

So with that being said, I'm learning quite a bit about finishing work.

The other day I decided I would help a good friend of mine out and try out my skills on his car. He had some rust developing on a few places on the car. To repair all of those areas it required me to attempt to paint both sides of his car. Out side of the work I did to my truck I have never attempted to paint a car before. I'm sure I don't have to explain why those two jobs are completely different animals lol. Anyway here are a few videos I created of the work I did on the car. Enjoy and I hope you learn something. Even if it's that I make boring videos lol.
















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