O’Reilly auto carries splatter paint.
Issue with both stores is I called them to see if they had any in stock and they said it would take at least a week to get inAdvance Auto carries a selection too:
If above link does not work, type “spatter paint” into their search box...
The problem may be, 20 years to now, I don’t think you’re going to find an exact match due to changing paint formulas, difference in brands and hues.
thats the same number i have on the can from NPD. but my dad bought them around 20 years agoNPD number is AP-500 in their paper catalog, but doesn't show up on their website. 🤷♂️ Maybe best to call them.
Eastwood sells a grey-black spatter paint
Every inch of your vehicle will look genuine when you use Eastwood trunk paint as part of a restoration or repair. This aerosol paint recreates the genuine multi-color spatter look that's used in both vintage and modern cars.www.eastwood.com