You've achieved a truly amazing finish with the Tallman paint, a real testimony to all of the great prep work that you do I'm sure. We could all learn a great deal from your techniques. Thanks for this great example.As for paint, I use a brand called Tallman Ag paint. It gives a really nice shine right out of the can, but if you take your time and do the prep work correctly, you can get a mirror like finish. It's an acrylic enamel paint, and if you choose to use it, they also have an acrylic lacquer clear coat available for the final coats.
I don't have a picture of the fenders anymore but I was working on restoring my sons Wheel Horse RJ a couple of years ago and I used the acrylic lacquer. After the fenders were polished, I had such a mirror finish that I could read the neighbors house number from his porch which was about 200 feet down the alleyway.
This '66 110 frame isn't done yet, but this is the finish I have so far with the Tallman paint:
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