I know they used to have different colors, but I was talking to a guy recently who puts the stuff (or similar) on, and he said they stopped doing colors because it would break down after a few years and start to come off.
At the time I was asking for a matching grey, and I'll probably just get it done in black if I can ever get the paint properly fixed on my van.
I just bought a gallon of green for a kids fort from these guys: http://www.grizzlygrip.com/colors.asp. I was thinking that the their Safari Tan would be a nice match for the van, but I don't have any projects that I need it for.
It was $108 / gallon to my house with their UV additive and the fine texture. I'm a crappy painter but was able to get a nice floor on the kids fort and climbing wall.
LineX does colors. We are thinking about doing the entire exterior of our 1990 Nissan 4WD pickup...... and we thought there might be a certain shade of burnt orange that would be appropriate...
Greg in Austin
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