There is no such thing as a "black clearcoat" that i know of...
You will have the black "base coat" first..then a clearcoat over that....
It really doesn;t matter the color of the primer as long as using a high solids base coat or single stage color,just certain primer colors help give better color coverage with the top coats.
Some paint manufacturers will give a "recommended" primer color for certain colors,but it doesn't mean its a neccesity.
I've painted many things black with red primer underneath and never seen a problem.
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