While your project turned out great, I won't be using a gun. Even if I wanted to spend the money on that equipment I'm working without a garage or shed so extra tools/equipment right now isn't an option. Nice work on yours though!
Thanks! I appreciate the kind words. You can get the primer in a rattle can. When I had to prime my steering wheel restoration I used a single stage epoxy rattle can. The color on the interior is from a rattle can. The color is a dead nuts match. I used this NPD/Seymour lacquer blend. https://www.npdlink.com/1965-1973-mu...1967?year=1967
Mine is Light Ivy Gold Metallic though the link takes you to the page with all the colors. The previous post is the SEM material and I hear that is good as well. You can't go wrong with either and it's all available in a rattle can.