It’s not as easy as removing exterior moldings, etc and masking off. To do it right doors, hood and trunk need to be removed and disassembled to a degree. Hinges, etc., need to be cleaned and prepped so that you get coverage in areas that you see. You’ll notice the imperfections every time you look. Need to remove interior trim, door sills, weatherstrip, etc. hopefully you won’t break clips or anything like that. If paint defects bother you, you can redo in stock color.
Whenever you make a color change, you risk compromising the resale value even if you
change stock color options. Custom paint is even worse. Painting to what you like may be
fine for you, but cuts down on the number of prospective buyers.
Not trying to discourage you from improving your paint, but IMO, leave it the color it is.
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