sure can. it's called being a painter. it takes practice, and experience.Can you get a decent paint job if you don't have some kind of climate-controlled space, especially in areas with humid climates?
Understood. It's why I can make a nice, shiny solder joint every time compared to the grey, ugly blobs I see other guys make. I've just always found painting very frustrating. It's because I don't understand why it works sometimes and why it can come out looking like crap other times.it takes practice, and experience.
go to the TAMCO paint and ORION paint pages on facebook. Both have very talented painters, stock, custom and everything inbetween on those pages. Post up your questions, post some pictures, you'll get lots of info. If you were close to me, id tell you to come over. I'd show you some things, teach you how to spray. It's not hard, just need to know what to look for. And while youre there, we could V8 swap your truck..It's because I don't understand
I like the 115hp 2.8. I get good exercise putting my foot out to push.And while youre there, we could V8 swap your truck..
here is another one i have been working on for the last 2 weeks. 1967 CadillacCan you get a decent paint job if you don't have some kind of climate-controlled space