Endorsement - John Gunselman
You can tell when someone is so very good at what they do that they give away trade secrets knowing full well that trade secrets are only as good as the professional skill needed to actually do the work. This is certainly true of your page on block sanding techniques. I have restored about a dozen Jaguars with OK but, by your standards, marginal paint jobs. I’m currently working on a 1960 XK-150 coupe and the basic car is so good that I want its paint job to be the best I have ever done. The information I have learned from your site is awesome and I truly thank you for putting it on the internet. Essentially the most important thing I learned is that “work takes time,” there is NO shortcut for a quality end result! FYI, I’m attaching 2 photos of the last car I completed which looks pretty good, but this next one will be far better. Thank you again for the great information and I hope my end result will be a tenth the quality of your “average” job!