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Testors model paint, artist brush and a rag with mineral spirits to wipe off excess. Should take about 10 minutes and cost about $5.
 

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Paint hold up as well as the originals. I just redid mine after 4 years in the weather. The red seemed to weather the worst.
 

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I used a toothpick to get into the tight corners.

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I even painted my fender emblems with the testors..It looked good but it did finally wear off again after a couple of years..I finally bought new ones when I had the car repainted.
 

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Did you use their enamel, acrylic, or lacquer paint? Any idea which colors are the closest to the factory finish?
 
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