When I restored my 69 Camaro back in the early 1980's, we didn't spray in inside of the front lower valance panel hugger orange ( except over spray ). More and more
I notice cars with the inside painted with varying degrees of coverage. So, what is the correct procedure? How was this operation performed at the factory? How
far should the exterior color cover in inside areas? How dense should the color actually be?
Would anyone have image(s) showing a good example of the correct coverage? I am going to attempt to remove the grill, etc. in an effort to gain access to these
areas. While I am at it, I am going to extend my D/90 striping the "correct" one inch or so below the split on the lower fender panel. This was the way the early
build cars were done. I missed that one as well in 1980....
I'm still hoping for a post of a good image of the correct way the early D/90 stripes were done on the lower fender area..