Thank you Soaring, I needed that lol. All the body work on the drivers side is done minus the crumpled section against the taillight, for that Im currently thinking of a way to use an air impact tool and a block of metal to "beat" the sheetmetal back out. But other then that the drivers side is completly done when it comes to the bondo and wet sanding. It took 5 coats but the drivers side is nick, dent, scratch free and have made the bondo evidence disappear. rmodel65 had left a post where he asked if I welded all the holes and pock marks cause the bondo assorbs water, this is my first project where I ever used bondo an the answer to his question is no I did not weld any of the holes. As far as the bondo assorbing water, like I said it has 5 coats of gloss enamal thats been laid down and wet sanded imperfection free. I would think the 5 coats of high gloss enamal would help to stop the amount of water capable of reaching the bondo, or am I wrong? I have access to an electric and air sander but everything up to this point has been hand sanded. I had someone ask me why hand sand it, I think when its done I'll have more appreciation for it, and for the sheer fact of being able to say I did lol.Currently trying to find a NASA hood to repalce the stock hood.