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Advantage Premium Automotive Paint W/hardener - Hot Rod Black on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
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Ontario, California, US

Ontario, California, US
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You are bidding on a complete kit of Advantage Hot Rod Black Urethane Single Stage Automotive paint. This is a very good quality automotive paint that does not require a clear coat. It is made to be applied and have a hot rod matte finish. This is a 2 part urethane coating for great durability. The kit comes with the gallon of paint and 1 quart of hardener. This will make 5 quarts of product. If you have any other questions about this product please ask. I require payment within 5 days from the close of the auction. Thank you.

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