I bought this car from a fellow inmate about a year? and half? ago?? Knowing I couldn’t immediately do anything with it, but have always wanted one. So far it’s just sat in the garage, I’ve collected a few gauges and fuse box, some marine mat that coincidently enough was a blem to the shop but matched the yellow and silver on the car great. So here’s the deal. The car is yellow, and appears to be single stage acrylic enamel. It’s not perfect, a few chips from spending a bunch of years in @DWC garage as well as mine. I could live with it personally, it’s not even the second yellow car I’ve had, and a few chips don’t bother me either. It’s a dune buggy, lol. It should have a few The quandary. Under that yellow paint is a coat of red paint, lol. Under them? ColdFire Metal flake. After getting the car home I called Winnie at Meyers and told her what I had, she requested a few pics and the numbers/pics of the ID tag, affixed above where it had originally been mounted, to show the original color. She tells me it’s a pretty rare color, about a dozen of them know of. Can I live with gold/green or green/gold metal flake? Yes I could. Now I know what you guys are thinking. “ You’re gelcoater! Gelcoat it ColdFire!” Yeah. I’m “in the mold” gelcoater, not fix it guy gelcoater, lol. I know some guys though. But it won’t be cheap, and will add a lot of time to a build I already have no idea how long it will take to finish. But the idea keeps eating at me. ColdFire would be cool.