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ABQ, NM, USA
Yes, you can get it in a spray/rattle can, or in pints, quarts, etc. You need to go to the NAPA paint and body store on 2nd street, south of the warehouse.
Cool, i'll do this next time when I need a can vs buying it from online. Thx.
I have used the color matched aerosol paint from NAPA a few times (to repaint a grille, license plate surround, etc). Be aware, they DO NOT and WILL NOT (even if you ask) add a hardener to the aerosol paint, so it takes a long time to cure/harden.. plan on about a week. If you put the part into service before the paint fully cures/hardens it will not hold up well.
 

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Aug 21, 2003
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Tijeras, NM
I have used the color matched aerosol paint from NAPA a few times (to repaint a grille, license plate surround, etc). Be aware, they DO NOT and WILL NOT (even if you ask) add a hardener to the aerosol paint, so it takes a long time to cure/harden.. plan on about a week. If you put the part into service before the paint fully cures/hardens it will not hold up well.
Thank you Nick for this important info. I know Jack Diddly about this stuff so i'll abide by your warning.
 
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