I am preparing to do some body and paint work on my 1966 Coupe Mustang. But I have run into a slight issue. The issue is that the interior side of the doors on my Stang have a treatment that was done to the paint at the factory that makes it have the visual texture of leather (or vinyl). And my problem is that since there is surface rust from wear and tear on the upper parts of the door I need to strip and sand the door (along with all of the exterior body panels) down to bare metal, and then prime with a PPG acid etch primer to preserve the metal (this is a interim solution to stop all rust and body cancer dead in its tracks). and then a PPG satin clear to protect the primter and paint as I don't have the cash to do a full paint job now or in the near future.
So my question is does anyone know if there a process to recreate the texture?
I have been told to use a crinkle finshing agent, but I doubt that would give me the same look. If you want I can get pictures and post them so you can see my quandry.