Nothing like trying to sand, final clean, and paint a car inside a closed garage where the temps are above 110 degrees. Yeah, it's not humid, at least if you don't count the sweat pouring off of everyone. The hard part is keeping it off the car. The good part is I lost four pounds already and probably more tomorrow. All we do is drink water and then we're not hungry at dinnertime. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
Yesterday, we built a paint booth in Chuck's trailer bay, along with a forced air system (i.e., window fan at one end of the bay and filters at the other). Today, we painted a friend's 65 'vert. Although it needs some wet-sanding, it turned out very nice. Yes, it's red--bright red! Tomorrow, we'll do some sanding and put some parts back on.
After painting, Chuck and I went to work on Trouble's fiberglass hood. After we put the hood on, we noticed that one edge is not straight due to a bad mold. So, we're building a new edge along that side by doing a little creative engineering. Tomorrow, after working on the 'vert, we'll start trimming and shaping the hood edge.
feel for you. in cold Buffalo i am cleaning underside with grinder/wire brush before putting on correloss - fender wells are ugly with dust, crud, and wire bristles. at least it is only 90 degrees in my garage.