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Hey friends,
This is Mario Goldstein and I've spent years as an auto mechanic, making a decent living.

About five years ago, I realized that the real money was in spray painting and auto body work. I took a cut in pay at first, just to learn the skill. Since then, I've never looked back.

Today I have my own shop, and not to brag, but I make an excellent living doing something I truly enjoy.


I'm going to share with you everything you need to know to make any car (or motorcycle or semi-truck for all that matter) look like show quality, but first, I want to straighten a couple of things out...
 

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Hey friends,
This is Mario Goldstein and I've spent years as an auto mechanic, making a decent living.

About five years ago, I realized that the real money was in spray painting and auto body work. I took a cut in pay at first, just to learn the skill. Since then, I've never looked back.

Today I have my own shop, and not to brag, but I make an excellent living doing something I truly enjoy.


I'm going to share with you everything you need to know to make any car (or motorcycle or semi-truck for all that matter) look like show quality, but first, I want to straighten a couple of things out...
You need sealer as well between primer and base - otherwise you’ll have sand scratches. You need thinners to clean your gun or water cleaner for it.
 
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