I knew the process of attaching the door skin would bang up the paint, and that I would have to repaint the outside just to keep it from rusting while the rest of the restoration work is done. Last Sunday being Fathers Day I opted to hang out at home, so this week was my first opportunity to do the job.
Simple, really, just time consuming. Sand off the thin protective coat applied at the factory, then shoot with etching primer followed by rattle can enamel. The primer is quality stuff, but the enamel will have to come off before the real paint is laid down.
As it turned out it was a lousy, rainy day, so I only shot two coats of primer. Next week I'll finish it up.
While sanding I used some Vice-Grips to tighten up a few places were I had run out of strength last time.