As stated I'm getting ready to paint the chin apron, the piece that goes between the front fenders and below the grill on my '41 Ford. The car is low in front so this piece is not visible without getting on your hands & knees. It is also very vulnerable to road rash and curb kisses so repainting is nearly an annual task. I've never shot BC/CC so I need a bit of coaching. First, does it require a special type of primer? If so, any specific brand recommendations? Second, I will wet sand the primer prior to shooting the BC to give a good smooth foundation, from what I've read I will need to shoot 3-4 coats of BC and wet sand between coats....Yes, No? When I've put down the last coat of BC do I wet sand it and then start applying CC to a sanded, dry surface or do I shoot the CC over a tacky surface? I believe I'll need 2-4 coats of CC should these also be wet sanded between coats? Any advice that you think would help a novice would be appreciated.