Notice the angle on the bottom of the cabinet that gives it some contour. I will also use the coin door this time instead of the using the back.
Though automotive paint was expensive, I chose it because it gives it a better quality feel and look to it. The bottom part was slotted for t-molding. Also I decided to use melamine board for the bottom cabinet to save the expensive automotive paint and time. I sprayed two layers of the polyurethane on melamine only. It came out looking really shinny. Don't paint the white part with polyurethane it will come out yellowish when it dry.
Using the Sanwa JLF stick..