Tamiya XF-6 (Copper):
This is good paint. Itís especially useful for interior details and engine parts, but it would make the awesomest color for a classic car (even if it was just the rims). The 10ml isnít a bad sized pot, and its consistency is a bit on the thick side. It thins well with water, though Tamiya thinner is better, and if you thin it to 5-6 parts paint to 1 part water it will give a very nice brushstroke free look in 3-5 coats. However, I usually just use it full strength since the pieces Iím using it on are generally small to tiny, and itís nice to only do one coat. Definitely use a surface primer though as this can easily pull off of bare plastic with multiple brushstrokes.