The simplist answer is ask Glennster, he has used more kinds of paint than the number of tractors I have painted. My opinion is the Omni base-clear is considerably better than the NH acrylic modified alkyd. It will also cost about 4 times as much. I use base clear. If it were not for my less than desireable painting enviornment I would use Omni single stage. Under the right conditions you probably can't tell single stage from base clear. Theoretically base-clear will last longer and because it uses more clear. I'll use the acrylic modified stuff when Omni is priced out of my range, as of now the base-clear is about $250/gallon (gallon of base plus gallon of clear). However people seem satisfied with the IH version of the acrylic modified paint, I assume the NH paint is the same quality. I am not at all familiar with the urethane/alkyd paint. The price probably falls between the acrylic modified and Omni. It is quite possible the PPG also makes the Urethane/alkyd, but some dealers may not stock it.
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