I just bought a really dumb car to drive while I have my daily/autocross car down for an engine swap. It's lower mileage and in good mechanical shape but has been a victim of a really terrible purple respray. It might be worth all of $2,500 in mint condition even if I did a $20k paint job on it so it's not worth spending much time or money on. What cheap single stage would you recommend to use on it? I'm looking at TCP Global's Restoration Shop single stage urethane in Wimbledon White but I know nothing about it other than a friend who's not into body/paint that said it worked great and has been really durable on a set of wheels he painted. It's $150 shipped for a gallon and hardener. I was planning on sanding off the respray, using some leftover urethane high build I have kicking around over the spots that need bodywork, and hopefully shooting paint all within a weekend with a couple friends helping. Again, its a worthless car that just needs to be not as ugly as it is now... is TCP's paint good enough for that?