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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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