We were finishing the 57 Chevy wagon shorty project when the Devilbiss finish line paint gun developed a leak. Nobody had a rebuild kit locally. So we ordered a kit , but due to time constraints . Meaning this car needs to go to Iowa on the first of August we took a chance and went to Harbor Freight and bought their purple spray gun and used a coupon to save 20%. We had the driver side and tailgate left to paint and clear . So with much apprehension we cleaned it and did a test pattern spray. It comes with a 1.4 tip and it layed down the paint as well as the finish line gun . Except for the little bit of dirt , because I don't have a booth . It is ready to cut and buff . For those guys who don't paint a lot this gun will do what you need it to do. I don't know about long term , but right out of the box it works. To all of you haters. This car was shortened when I got it. I just cut all the rust and crappy work that was done when they shortened it. New roof, new 1/4 panels, new floor pans, new rockers, hand built door jambs. Converted from a wagon to a sedan delivery.