yep. well if you can call it glossy.... this thing has had about 11 coats of rustoleum tough enamel black sprayed on it, about 3 weeks or so apart. ive been doing that since feb.
so i sprayed the orange rustoleum on top of the black rustoleum.
this thing had bare metal, then por-15, then rustoleum. well except the fenders and grill. those are just stock jeep paint, then a bunch of rustoleum.
the only issues ive had with the rustoleum is you cant be lazy at the car wash. if theres alot of mud on the body anywhere you have to wipe it off. if you try to spray it off and put the pressure washer right up to the paint it will come off. its spray paint, what do you expect lol.
with the black, if it gets scratched up on the trails, you can just put another coat on. it didnt scratch too easy on light branches, but it scratches easier than normal car paint.
with the orange i guess we will see. im sure it scratches just like the black.
89 yj stock- sold
92 yj stock- sold
97 tj 2"bb,31" tires- sold
95 yj soa,350 v8,sm465,44" tires,d60,14bolt- sold
95 yj soa,350v8,700r4,35" tires,d30, 8.8, fuel cell- sold
current ride-97 TJ- 86k miles, 4cyl auto, black casinos, 31" BFG A/T