Discussions related to body repair, trim refinishing, and paint, glass, etc.
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Bill Hirsch still supplies nitrocellulose lacquers though you could also use an acrylic lacquer. Watch for the color match, there are many variations of black. My touchup paint for my 1934 1100, though I doubt you'll have an easy time finding it, was Rinshed Mason's 400 Body Polishing Black. It was a superb match for the OEM paint. On my 1100 as it is today, the 4 fenders, hood and sidemount covers were repainted with the RM back about 1980, the paint on the body tub itself is still the original.