I just picked up a 1989 Bridgestone mb-3 with the black and gray paint. It's seen some use and the paint is chipped pretty well. Some spots have surface rust now. I've googled this and have read up on it, so I get the process of touching up paint.
My question is what's the best way to match the gray paint, and what's the easiest? Is the car shop the best place for a small amount of touch up paint, or maybe my LBS?
My plan is to ride it as a do-everything bike: commuting, light trail and fire road rides, and bikepacking, so I'm not looking to get it showroom ready. I just want to take care of the rust and prevent more.
(Pictures to the appropriate thread once the new chain and what not are on.)
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