I had a conversation with a fellow Tri-City Rod & Custom club member last night and he was telling me about a miscommunication with his painter about painting his 54 Studebaker and the interior trim was painted the wrong color, they both debated who was at fault. Unfortunately, when we are unable to do every part of the building process we turn to professionals in their given field, these kind of things happen, it's just a matter of keeping your wit's and staying calm. I had a similar thing happen after I sought out the 2nd painter for the Ranch Wagon. This is what the car looked like when I took it to the painter. We discussed where and how the tutone colors were to be applied and a few weeks later I got a call to come look at the car and it was ready for me to pick it up. I got Brenda from her shop and drove to the painters to see what we had been waiting for the past 3 years to see - PAINT. Upon arrival Brenda said, 'That's not right" and she was visibly upset. It seems the painter and I had a huge miscommunication and it only took me seconds to point it out, he got defensive and said, "I painted it exactly like you said", Fortunately, I had the copy of the drawing we made a few months earlier and it had his signature on it and I had given him the original, he then realized he was in error, he said he lost the paper but thought the car was painted like Chevrolet's of that time period. I walked over the the cabinet where he stores his paint and reached in and got his copy from where I saw him put it, he agreed it was his mistake but tried to talk Brenda into leaving it painted that way, she wasn't going to have it and he agreed to make it right. A couple of weeks later I picked the car up painted correctly. How about you guys? what went wrong with your build? HRP As it sets today.