Automotive Paint Handbook: Paint Technology for Auto Enthusiasts & Body Shop Professionals

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Penguin, 1998 - Transportation - 186 pages
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The Automotive Paint Handbook is a comprehensive resource that covers the entire field of automotive paint technology, from types of paint and how to perform a complete paint job, to advanced OEM factory paint techniques, paint care and inspection. For years, paint professionals from companies such as DuPont have used this book for training. Now fully revised and updated, this bestselling HPBook now has the latest information available from the paint industry.
 

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Contents

Chapter
15
PAINT EQUIPMENT
32
Chapter 6
45
COMPLETE PAINT JOBS
68
CUSTOM PAINT
92
Chapter 10
108
PAINT BODY ENHANCEMENTS
131
PAINT TRAINING CERTIFICATION
150
PAINT PROBLEMS
173
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About the author (1998)

John Pfanstiehl owns and operates Pro Motorcar, a manufacturer of professional paint and body tools. He is also the technical editor of Corvette Fever magazine, and the author of HPBooks' Corvette Weekend Projects.

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