Spraying primer soon have some questions...
Once my metalwork is complete, I want to put my 67 Mustang into primer. I plan on spraying the entire car 1 area at a time. I have a 1 car garage and not real good ventilation so I cant just spray the whole thing all at once. I plan to spray the underside, then enginebay, interior third, fenders/hood/trunk lid/miscellaneous parts next, then the shell. I am looking at doing this over a week timeframe. Can I spread out my priming for that long? The car will be left out open to weather for several years starting this spring(I am transferring to Hawaii and cant take the car with me). What type of primer should I use? I have already rustproofed the entire body and after priming I plan to seam seal everything then spray bedliner on the underside of the car and the wheelwells. One last thing, I wil not be doing the final bodywork before the primer. That will be done when I return from Hawaii and get the car back from my parents place.
So questions are:
1. Can I spread the priming out over a week or so timeframe?
2. What type of primer should I use that will withstand elements for long period of time?
3. How many coats should I spray on it?
4. Is there anything I need to do to prep the surface besides cleaning it with grease/wax remover?