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What type of silver paint is used on the year 2000 models as i have to repaint part of mine

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There should be a tag somewhere under the hood with paint number on it...any body shop can show you where yours is. But, don't be surprised if the paint you buy does not exactly match what is on the car now...different "batches" are not the same and what is on the car has changed from sun exposure. A good paint shop mixes the original paint they get in the can with white etc to get a better match than you can.

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