I learned a lot from the process, one of the biggest things was masking properly. Plastic is ok if you are only using it for one coat then re-masking. After the first coat, any subsequent coats blow the dried paint/clear right off the plastic and on to your paint. Masking paper would have been a much better choice but I was also on a budget and I'd already blown it when I reached the paint stage. :oops:
There is some trash in the paint, some of which only I can see but next time, and there will be a next time, I will do much better. I'll probably practice on a couple of tractors in between. Might just have the shiniest TO-35 on the face of the planet when I'm done.
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