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  • 3 weeks later...

Have you entertained the idea of having the car wrapped instead ? A professionally done full spray color change ( door jams, engine bay, etc..). will cost you a small fortune and my never look like it factory  paint. Wrap on the other might be couple grand or so and could be removed prior to sale or if you wanted to change it again.  Given the lack of responses it might be easier to find someone to wrap the car vs paint it in your immediate area. Good luck with the project either way.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Duane Olofson, 625 SE Salmon ST, Portlandia was recommended to me by several people I trust.  Another is Tom Black.  These are guys used by automotive enthusiasts who rave about their work. It is probably why taking a car to them is like being interviewed for a place in the best private school in town ... and I mean that in a good way.  They are selective about who and what they take on.  I do not have first-hand experience because I sold the car I was thinking of having painted.

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