This is getting off subject, but I backed my 2005 tan GMC into a post and scratched the lower "quarter" panel directly behind the rear wheel. Body shop repaired it and since there was no break they could mask off, he clear coated the whole side of the pickup bed. They were not supposed to add a color coat, at least the guy didn't mention it. The side is a slightly lighter color than the rest. Assuming he did not put on any base, would sanding the old clear (metallic base) cause the finish to be lighter? I insisted that there be no swirl marks, there isn't and otherwise the job is perfect.
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