Well, I don't know if I'm going to make it to get paint on the truck because I don't want to rush it and cut corners just to beat the weather. It's too much prep work and too much money in materials to not do the best you can within reason. Back in the day, Dad and I painted some cars. We had two major problems. Dirt and lighting. We never had the time or resources to set up any kind of booth so we got paint on everything and everything in the paint. I'm wanting to avoid this situation because... I think I can. General plan is to put up a ceiling up in the garage over the paint area. Hang reflective tarps for walls. Bank of furnace filters for intake air. Fan for exhaust. Wipe everything down and hope for the best. Step 1 is clearing out space. That's been happening. My buddy is taking his car parts to his place clearing the walls off. That is nearly complete. Step 2: Ventilation. I talked to junk, who had picked up a big exhaust fan from Amazon and he said it worked good. So I picked up one. It's an 18" fan with shutters. And here is the Amazon link. Professional Grade Products 18" Metal Shutter Exhaust Fan 2473 CFM for Garage Shed Pole Barn Hydroponic Ventilation https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PHLPTVC/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_kbjewb08PKZYE And super bonus, it was on sale. So I picked out a place I thought I could use a window if this all goes south. Traced the outline of the shutters on the metal and cut it out with the cutoff wheel on the grinder. Don't waste your time with anything else. If you go fast it won't get hot enough to burn the paint. And a test fit. I cut to the outside of the lines so I would have room for the J Chanel. That looks good. I framed the inside of the hole with 2x3 lumber except the top board which was ripped down to size. Fit the J Channel in the opening and pushed the fan into place. It fits real snug. Here's the outside. And running And the inside. Now I just need some caulk around the outside (it's raining or I would have done it) and some longer 3/8" lag screws so I can use the washers. I think I'll tack an outlet box right beside it with a switch for power. Next up is to hang stringers between the rafters to support the 7/16 OSB on the ceiling that will be painted white. I'll update as I go here. Suggestions and comments are welcome.