sand down the entire car, you dont have to remove the old paint completely. Just sand until the original paint is dull and smooth then paint the car with primer, sand the primer smooth then paint it the color you wish.
There are several articles on the web and here on jeepforum about painting your car with Rustoleum paint. Either by rolling it on or spraying it on. Usually it can be done under 50 bucks with decent results. Remember, the key to a good paint job is in the prep work. i plan on painting my jeep over springbreak with Rustoleum.
here is a good link http://www.instructables.com/id/Pain...ith-Rustoleum/
hope this helps!
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i Would go with a Matte/Satin black look...if you do just a flat black the paint will start to chalk up after a while and if you touch it with your fingers you will be able to see the marks on it alot...
i went with Kustom shop "Hot Rod Black" it is a Satin Black paint.