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my father has 3 original 1968 SS/ ............ RS/SS ........and a............. Z/28 they have never been repainted because he baught them new. they are all 60% like a satin. NOT GLOSSY at all. I just think people are getting more laxed on originality. Because if you see my fathers original cars he baught new they are totally stock and untouched. The stripes too. Partial sticker and partial 60% satin GM paint
As stated recently in another thread, even if originally painted semi gloss, 40 or so years of polishing, and buffing could change the appearance. Makes sense to me, what was once semi gloss, may now appear glossy, even original paint.
Looked at an all original 6000 mile BB SS396 Camaro this past week in Ohio on one of my road trips. The rear tail panel is pretty glossy. I used to believe that these panels were pretty dull or satin but from I'm seeing lately on original cars is alot more glossy than I remember as a kid.Jerry
I am getting ready to paint my wife's 67RSSS 396 camaro.The tail panel was black but what color black?Simi gloss or some form of matte black?