Thanks, Nottheband, for your help in figuring out this build!
There's a lot of detail painting, seems like more than on an auto so I think I have most of the spray painting done and will have to finish the rest with a brush. There also seems to be a lot more differentation between colors of black, flat, semi-gloss and gloss. Here's how I do mine. First I paint everything black with Wallmart flat black with no primer. Then I separate out the semi-gloss pieces and give it one mist coat of Krylon Clear lacquer. The gloss pieces are then painted with Walmart gloss black. Its a simple method for me, the flat black really needs no primer and acts as a primer for the other layers. I also don't have to hunt for and buy a semi-gloss black paint. Here's how they turned out:
The smaller pieces in front are flat black, the stand in the middle is gloss black and the rear fender is semi-gloss black.
I've also painted some other pieces. The seat is suppose to be a mix of royal blue and black 2:!. I can't do that without breaking out the airbrush so I used Walmart Royal blue over flat black on the seat. I also painted the gloss aluminum pieces with Krylon Brilliant Silver which is about as bright as it gets. I may use some clear to dull it down some. Thanks for looking!
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Next on the bench: Another 1970 Hemi 'Cuda, 1958 Chevy Impala, 1987 Buick GNX, 1950 Chevy Pick-up, Indy Reynard, 1965 Corvette, probably not in this order.