Repairing paint may have been a stop-gap measure in our case, but the resulting glass-like finish is worth it. The car has a totally renewed look. Since the paint was so flawed to begin with, the repairs took three days to complete. It isn't a Saturday afternoon's work, but it's a lot quicker than a respray. The larger panel blends with our solid color are no less than perfect, with not even a haze of an edge visible where it meets the old paint. This was partly because we still had a half-quart of the paint used the last time the car was shot. It had been on the shelf for ten years, but still worked fine and matched perfectly. Some of the smaller repairs weren't quite invisible, but much less apparent than the original flaw, while others blended perfectly. Going down the road, the 'Cuda looks red-hot.