Correct Underbody Appearance?
About 2 years ago this month my car was in a body shop where some douche decided he was going to rear end my car WHILE IT WAS PARKED! Luckily he had insurance and the damage was rear bumper cover exhaust and a small small bend under the car where the rear bottom sticks out for the spare tire. Anyway where this bend occurred there was small chipping of the undercoat. I asked that this be fixed by the body shop because I'm am very paranoid and detailed when it comes to stuff like that because of ohio and salt causing rust. Anyway up getting the car back I noticed these random patches of black crap like rubberized undercoat on areas where there was ok damage yet the damage area was never fixed. I can't recall if this black crap was there before or not but now rust is forming underneath it which gives indication it was applied incorrectly. I have a lifetime warranty on the work and just need to know what I'm looking at. Googling cobalt underbody pics showed cars without it but also there was no color underneath but a grayish color. These were on some black and yellow models. It would be good if someone with a victory red can show me what theirs look like.
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As you can see I have random black rubber sprayed on it, red random specs, some brownish grey and that light brown almost yellow color. Can someone please tell me what the hell am I looking at? All the photos I've seen online were of non red cobalts but the bottoms were just the one color, the light brown/grey color. These photos are the rear most part of underbody where the trunk is.