I have added photos that show the full process from prime, to paint, to installing the lights and windows. We used self etching primer for any bare aluminum spots. The Z stripe was polished with steel wool and then clear coated prior to being masked. Then it was time for the Sage green on the bottom. This is Dupont automotive grade paint... if you are doing one of these and go the same route expect to spend a few bucks ($400 for the paint alone!) This green is as close as I could get to the 56 T-bird color I wanted. It was crazy trying to get the right match at the store.
You can see the greenish self etching primer on the roof
This method worked well... mask the stripe and use clear plastic to mask above the stripe. Once the green was dry we just rolled the plastic down to cover the green and spray the white. I used frog tape to mase the stripe, worked well and left a clean edge
I got a couple of runs in the green... cant see them here. the white came out perfect. Going to have to wet sand and buff out the runs I think
The white walls are actually Port-a-walls... look great. Just needs the baby moons
I put the badge back on it first... maybe it should have been the last thing I put on it but I just could not wait.
Windows back in and tanks on!
all polished windows and visors back in!
you can see the vents are in on the roof and the new water inlets and electrical portal are in.
New teardrop marker lights from VTS.. look great.
New Fan-tastic in the bunk
Fan-tastic in the rear too, new full size mattress and the skylight are in.