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    Charcoal canister finish

    I thought I would check in with the experts before i just started buying cans of Wurth products. Does anyone have experience in matching the factory covering / finish on these canisters. Wurth Undercoat or Wurth rock guard...or something else?...Thx in advance

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    Senior Member rgupta250's Avatar
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    Jul 2020
    Orange County, CA
    Is the original texture still present on the exterior of the canister? If so, I would use Wurst Flexible Trim Paint - Satin Black.
    1971 911T/2.45 engine spec Coupe / Gold Metallic on Black
    1995 911 C2 / Guards Red on Cashmere Beige (Sold)

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    No...thats the issue...I need to re-apply the correct original finish on the canister..

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    Southern Ca.
    The charcoal canisters on my cars have a lousy paint job , no stone guard texture .

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