thats the same gold that i used on my frame hahaha, i used chroma base for the black though. and didnt spray the falke as heavy so you see more of the black. you did a stellar job dude! one important tip to make your paint job last longer is: never put body filler straight on metal. metal holds moistier in nauturaly. wipe the tin down with some solvent which will allow the majority of the water to evaporate. let the tins sit for a white then spray a sealer down. then apply the filler. what happens is this. you mix up the filler, when you mix up the a and b side a chemical reation occurs and that produces heat. if you have that heat right on the metal you will get condensation that forms under the filler and ontop of the metal..... that basicly starts you out from day one with potential rusting issues. ever wonder why on a shitty body fill job the bondo pops off and there is gnarly rust under it, thats why. soooo just make sure you never have direct filler to metal contact. IE: spray the sealer, lay the skin coat down, sand, re seal, if more filler is needed re apply, re seal, prime, paint, clear, etc.
just a little tip, it doesnt take much time but in the long run it will help.