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Short of stripping. Thats tough. Unless you know for a fact that the factory finish is the only finish on the car, no matter what you do will end up being no better than the worst prep the other guy did. Surprises will happen if you do not strip the old finish first, virtually a guarentee. Try this link for specific questions.

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Since when did ford use acrylic laquer on vintage mustangs? If the car was repainted in the past, you disagree that that is the lowest common denominater for the final durability of your new topcoat? My. I can put a finish on Ice, but it won't last. Yeah, you can prep it to hold new paint, make it look pretty, but it still won't hold any better than the finish you put iton. trust that finish, then your ok, if not, its a throw of the dice. Sorry, but this one is a fact, not a judgement.
 
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