One thing that I haven't seen mentioned, though I've deleted most of this
conversation already, is that if it matches today, it may not match in 10
years. The existing finish has oxidized, sun faded, and whatever list of
natural degradation factors someone chooses to list.
The new finish won't have been through any of that, and so will start
degrading from wherever you leave it, and they will drift apart again.
Kirk Eppler in Half Moon Bay, CA, fighting with a different keyboard, and
flaky shift lock function.
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