Ok, so I got my car back, and it has been painted and cleared. There are some flaws, bumps and stuff in the paint, but there are some things you just not worry about. However, I have noticed a lot of little "dimples" or indentations all over in different spots. I asked the body guy about it, he said what happend is the paint kinda gets "sucked in" a bit. There is paint, and this isn't like an open pinhole, however, some of these areas may be pinholes. Again, there is paint there, just an indentation. When I asked him about this, he said what he does, and the solution to this is to go around and dab clear in all the dimples, then wetsand flat and buff. He said he does this and it always works fine. If the entire car was fiberglass then I would think all pinholes, but I see some of these on the metal. Is this the way to take car of this issue? I have invested a fair amount of money and want the car to look good, but don't feel like repainting entire car. How could a different body shop fix this issue as well? Thanks for any feedback.
67 Fastback 390GT S code
4 Spd toploader
4 Wheel single piston Manual Disc brakes
Maier Racing Suspension w/ bilstein shocks
Fuelsafe Fuel Cell
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