OK, I bought some Durabak. 2 gallons of the smooth blue. It's supposed to have UV protection in it but the can doesn't say it. I bought it off eBay. $220 for two gallons. Anyway. The blue is really light. I was under the impression that it was moderately dark. Well, it's old Pontiac engine blue (from da seventies, eh). I was hoping it was near GM Midnight Blue #29 (factory truck color). Or at least close to Krylon Navy Blue. Here is a picture comparing the Krylon Navy Blue (on the left) to the Durabak smooth blue (on the right). To give you a better idea, here is a picture with the interior with two coats on it (still wet): The back of the cab (window level and below) is painted with the Krylon Navy Blue and the top of the truck is painted factory GM Midnight Blue #29. You can see how light the Durabak is. Anyway, I originally bought two gallons because I planned on painting the exterior up to the bodyline with the Durabak. Then the top I'd paint Krylon Navy Blue. Well, now that I found out how light of a blue it is I'm not sure I want to. Plus, it'd look funny if it was dark blue on the top and light blue on the bottom. It'd look like a shark. Certainly would stick out like a sore thumb in the green and brown world it lives in. So, what should I do? I'm open to suggestions for what color to paint the top part if I were to continue to do the smooth blue durabak up to the bodyline. If I don't paint the exterior of the vehicle with the smooth blue durabak I'll have a ****-ton left over. Should I paint the whole thing with durabak or will that look too ghetto-licous with all the baby blue?