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  1. Hi, if it's the rubber feel paint - you may struggle to find a match, also prepping just a small area to make the paint "stick" maybe a challenge, If it is "normal" gloss type paint, it's a doddle, I bought a colour match rattle can from eBay - bit pricey at £25 - but a great match (seal grey) painting plastics is not difficult, as I said, mine was done using cattle cans only, use a plastic primer & then filler primer, then top coat, then lacquer - allow it to cure fully before fully polishing - hope this answers your question...
  2. Hi I completely stripped mine & painted with a rattle can... Even though it cost me less than £50, looks so much better than the tatty interior I had previously.... This was only a first attempt, I did the seat backs as well, will need doing again, but, I now have a base to build from
  3. I've seen the paper in the lug socket method work, simply put newspaper in the socket, knock it on with a hammer, then remove - I had some dodgy mates when I was younger who used to get around locking wheel nuts this way... The newspaper makes the socket grip the lug nut....
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