My '88 Fifth Avenue is decent in shape, except for the paint. (I was selling it before, but I decided to keep it, so some of you may have seen it on Craigslist before.) The hood is the worst, followed by the roof, and then the tops of the front fenders. It's still on the original paint, and 30 years of weathering took its toll. I'm not looking to spend much, and since there's a nice day tomorrow, I'm going to grab some primer, black spray paint, and 2k clear coat, and see what I can do. It won't look like showroom, but it will definitely look better than before. I'm going to start with the hood, and if I yield decent results, I'll do the same exact process through the other parts of the car. The doors will give me an issue, since I noticed a tad of rust on the bottom corner of the front doors, and I need to do something about that before it becomes a real problem. This photo was from a Halloween car show, and you can get a good view of the bad hood. I'll make updates when this gets done, hopefully with a decent or at least semi decent result.