I believe from reading TBON that the crossmember, suspension components,
etc. were originally gloss black. The definition of "gloss" may leave some
room for interpretation however. If you have the parts powder coated, then
that gloss may not be as shiney as, for example, clear-coated urethane. Just
tend somewhere between gloss and semi-gloss and you will probably be OK with
the originality police. ;-)
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Subject: Drive train paint
What was the original paint (gloss degree) used on the supension, drive line
Was it Gloss, Semi, Flat ??
Thanks for any help. I know I don't want gloss under my belly but I can't
decide if flat may be TOO flat.