When I rebuilt my 110, I was living in Eastern Washington State, near Idaho. I found a guy who did paint and sandblasting work for the Agriculture and Forest Products industries and auto/big rig work on the side. He was a born perfectionist. I asked lots of questions about how stuff should be prepped and did it. I disassembled everything and did all of the prep work myself, which was an enormous bear of a job. He used PPG Concept, a single stage system. My time line was flexible, such that he was able to schedule the work during his slow time. It turned out way better than I could have ever hoped for.
The old guys with skills may not need your work. IMO, find a skilled old hand, be patient, courteous and respectful and you'll be very happy with the outcome. During my many visits to the shop prior to the work and during/post, I saw him turn away 'paying customers' because their demeanor (no offense intended). Good luck.
1970 SIIA 88, Sold
1996 Disco I, RIP