Thanks! Hope this inspires others to tackle paint on their own It doesn't quite match, but I just compared it in my garage, and no one will ever see that comparison. The point is, as it seems it was with this thread, that you can get an adequate/impressive result for very little $. I couldn't be happier with my new valance and spoiler - for about $150 including spoiler, valance, and paint and primer, I've got a brand new part that matches my paint as much as I need it to, a much improved look, and all because I was encouraged by the various Rustoleum threads out there. Not a full car write-up, of course, but just to say - if you've got a valance to do, front or rear, try matching with rustoleum.