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I'm wanting to paint a couple more pieces blue, like the ring around the shifter, the drivers side compartment, and the glove box piece.

The steering wheel pieces are done, I just haven't taken a picture of them.

If I wanted to do the rest black in such a way that it matched the stock black; What type of paint will I use?

Used Krylon Fusion for plastics (Navy Blue Gloss) for the trim.

 

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I redid my pillars and roof trim pieces with Krylon plastic satin black and it looks really good, I think I have a pick in my garage if you want to see the color.
 

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Just dont do anything with a glossy finish or it will look terrible (for the black). Flat looks bad too IMO.
I got a can from walmart that was labelled as flat black, just a cheapo $3 can, and it was more of a semi-gloss. But the finish looks just like the stock black after getting an armourall wipe down
 

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I agree with the krylon fusion satin black. I have used it in my car and its a near perfect match to the stock black dash color.

Here is a picture of my interior that shows the top part of the door painted black with the krylon paint next to the stock dash

 

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Are you not planning on doing your head liner and pillars biniecki? The black, tan and silver combo drove me nuts!
 

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I do plan to do the pillars and headliner eventually. The rest of the interior I have painted to charcoal gray and black instead of the stock colors.
 
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