I will be painting my 79Z myself with an Axis Pro turbine sprayer, problem is that I am limited to my 2-car garage with all the tool boxes, cabinets, etc all around. So, space is at a premium, so I find myself with a big question as to how I will paint it. Right now, it's down to the bare body shell, no engine, no tranny, no rear end, no front end, and about to drop the front sub frame...so you get the picture! I know there are basically 2 schools of thought, some say that it's easier to fit all the panels, prime, and paint it. I also have heard that the best method is to paint all the pieces separate and then CAREFULY re-assemble. I am leaning towards the painting separate route, not only because it seems like it will be the most complete way, but because I think I can fit the body shell and all the other parts in the garage and paint all of them at once. I am looking for any advice, tips, recommendations, words of wisdom, etc. Not so much as to which method is best (results-wise) but what pros and cons there are to each method. I have thought A LOT about this, but I am sure I am missing key issues that might be relevant once I get started, things that I am sure have not even crossed my mind. BTW I am using a solid (dark blue) bc/cc, no metallic, no pearl, no candy Any input would be REALLY appreciated! thanks!