This one’s for the auto body guys out there. So while I’m waiting motor and other things I’m painting the TJ. I went with a single stage urethane from restoration shop. Body is in great shape, other than hood and one fender the paint is actually in good shape. Question is can I scuff the original paint and spray over it? I did an old dodge Dakota years ago with the help of a family member that had some experience painting cars. I know for a fact we didn’t strip to bare metal and I’m almost positive we didn’t prime or anything before spraying. Paint turned out pretty good for having doing it in a garage without no floor other than the dirt. Only spots I had issues with was around rocker panels where I imagine didn’t get sanded well enough. What are your suggestions on getting a decent paint job without stripping down to bare metal? Can it be done? What steps do I need to take if so? Thanks in advance. Oh not going factory color if that makes any difference. Dakota was two tone grey and we painting it red. TJ is gunmetal and I’m painting it orange.