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I used Eastwoods chassis black for the FB. Got it in the quarts and sprayed it on with my HVLP gun. Has worked out well so far, of course the car hasn't seen the road yet!!
 

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Used Eastwood's Black Chasis paint as well. It's pricey, but has worked well so far, but my car has not seen the road yet either.

I gave the engine bay three good coats with nearly a quart of the Eastwood Chassis paint, and didn't have enough to complete the underside of the car. I went to Wal-Mart and figured I might be able to find something else that's close to the color to do the low visibility areas (underside). I used Rustoleum Semi-Gloss Black (don't know the code off hand), but it is a very good match. You can't tell where the Eastwood stuff left off, so I sprayed all high visibility area's w/ Eastwood, and the underside areas w/ Rustoleum. Worked for me!

Shhhhh... I have given away one of my dark secrets...
 

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Rustoleum semi-gloss black is code 7777 (easy to remember). It is indeed a good match for the original engine compartment paint. It is also very durable.
 
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