Tomorrow I will be buffing a bright yellow 1973 Chevy Camaro kinda like this one:
It is a track car pushing 625hp with no forced induction nor ladder bars. I haven't seen it yet, the owner has just informed me of those couple things.
Anyways, he told me it was completely repainted, but in enamel. He said it will definatley need to be clayed and obviously polished and protected.
I searched around a bit and came up with the following info on enamel paint:
-If oxidized or highly neglected, after washing continue to glaze the finish by hand to moisturize it
-Expect a lot of paint transfer
-Expect to clean the pads a lot
-Expect a relatively soft finish
Can anyone else add some insight to what I have found out? I will be buffing it out via rotary. I have foam polishing and cutting pads along with a pretty complete Meguiar's paint correcting (80,82,83 as well as P21s GEPC) line. I was gonna top with NXT since I have seen great results in yellow with that, but like I said, any input you may have would be greatly appreciated.