How To Paint A Car Part 4 Mini Course

Hey, what’s goin’ on!

This is Part 4 of the Mini Course Video Series on How To Paint A Car.

In this video, I show you the same Mazda Miata Project we have been working on. We already have most of the body work done. Please watch it as I show you how I inspect dings, dents, and low spots to see which areas still need further work.

You will see that we still have to work on our front. We still had to fill some areas up with bondo after doing some epoxy. What we did there was, we flattened it out with an 80-grit sandpaper on a DA Sander. We make sure that the body kit was flat so when you see it looking all white like that, that’s how you know it’s flat.

I go over more areas, thoroughly inspecting so you can see how you should do it on your own projects. Some areas already feel good to me so they didn’t need any more work done. They didn’t feel like there’s uneven spots when I touch them.

There were some cracks that we just fixed with some epoxy, too. So please watch the video now to see how we have progressed work on the car from the previous videos.

If you want to learn the step by step process of auto body work and painting and upgrade to PRO status, check out the LearnAutoBodyAndPaint VIP Training Course. I’m giving away a FREE 85-Page Auto Body And Paint Manual. That alone is full of really useful information that I’m sure you’re really going to like.

Please LIKE and share the video and of course, let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I always love hearing from you!

Talk soon.



Other Helpful Links:

How To Paint A Car Video 1

How To Paint A Car Video 3

How To Auto Body And Paint Q&A – Part 1

DIY Auto Body Work And Painting Q&A – Part 2

How To Paint Cars – Q&A Part 3

How To Block Sand Primer Flat

How To Pinstripe A Motorcycle Tank

How To Paint A Motorcycle Yourself

Preview Finished BMW Body Kit Video

Warwick Spray Gun Review (what we use to paint at LABAP)

5 thoughts on “How To Paint A Car Part 4 Mini Course”

      • hey tony thanks for the reply. I meant when a raised body line is gone or flatten and cant get it from the back like on the side of a 77chevy truck where you have to make the body line


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