I decided to rattle can a number of black things on the engine, body, etc. I used a name brand automotive etching primer and automotive black. The black just seems too brittle and delicate. For example, bolts on the the engine mounting brackets for the generator, fan, oil canister, inside floor pans, etc., it just chips off. On the floor pans, which are not really torqued down, the paint under and sometimes around the bolt heads chips off. Putting the throttle linkage thru the floor, if it barely catches, it chips. Same for brake and clutch pedals. Only the black chips off, as you can see the primer still there. I'm not trying to build a garage queen, but still want it to look nice. I know I could always touch it up, but this is crazy. I don't seem to remember factory black paint being so delicate. Should I be using something else? I have decided to take the floor pans and peals in to get powder coated.