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What have you used to paint the bottom section of he body?

I have a L99 that was wrecked and had a flat bed on when I got it..

I have replaced the body panels and put a stock bed on it but the gray paint lines don't match up so I figured just use a light bed liner or rattle can paint or something like that..


What have you used or like?

I'm leaning toward rust-oleum aged iron multi textured spay paint.
It's dark but not to dark and has specks of white in it and it's pretty tuff and thinking of having my body shop guy put a clear coat on it so it dose not fade and such.

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