Jim, I don't know what paint scheme "The Cabaret" would use, but rides based on local establishments would be too funny!
Tom, thats it, my next purple car has to be called , "Fuzzy Grape"!
Lee, first I did all the shaving/molding with Squadron White Putty, then sanded the whole body from 4000 up to 12000. I used Testor's lacquer grey sandable spray primer. I then started sanding from 3200 back up to 12000. I know people say that primer should have some tooth, but I'm a Donn Yost believer in getting the body as smooth as possible. Next up was a Testor's lacquer Diamond Dust spray bomb. Just a few light mist coats, enough to cover the primer. Following the 'Dust was 4 or 5 coats of Testor's Inca Gold, which was left to dry then masked for the Testor's Firey Orange spray trim stripes. I let it dry out for about a week then layed down Testor's lacquer Clear. After curing for yet another week I buffed it out with Novus 1 and 2, then some pure carnuba wax I had in the garage. Thanks for asking!